Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs
Friday, 09 October 2009 12:26

Has your Hotmail cooled off?

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La Follette School economist Robert Haveman delivered the keynote address on October 21 at the Theory, Science, and Statistics in the Use of Benefit-Cost Analysis conference in Washington, D.C.
Thursday, 26 March 2015 10:35

Herd wins two campus awards

La Follette School sociologist Pamela Herd has won two prestigious Vilas awards from the university.

Thursday, 02 September 2010 00:00

Huber publishes book on immigration experience

Destinations and results are often unexpected, alum Leslie Albrecht Huber finds as she applies aspects of her La Follette training to her career as a freelance writer.

After college, Nate Inglis Steinfeld spent two years watching dedicated public servants within the complex world of the Federal Emergency Management Agency in Washington, D.C. Eventually he decided he needed more education to pressure the system to aid communities, and so he enrolled at the La Follette School.

Taking questions and comments from early morning callers to Wisconsin Public Radio is just one component of 2012 alum Naya Mukherji's engagement with people from different backgrounds.

The La Follette School's last Policy and a Pint of the semester is today, April 17, from 5 to 7 p.m. in the upstairs room of Brocach on the Square, 7 West Main Street. Carrie Johnson, justice correspondent for National Public Radio will speak.
Riva Froymovich of The Economist, will speak at the La Follette School's Policy and a Pint on Tuesday, November 19, from 5:30-7:30 at Brocach, 7 West Main Street, with plenty of time for networking and catching up with former classmates.

When La Follette School alum Craig Knutson took a position as assistant to the county administrator in 1979, he had no idea that 35 years later he'd be looking back on a lifelong career serving residents of Rock County in southern Wisconsin.

Fifteen months after she completed her capstone workshop report at the La Follette School, Gail Krumenauer found herself sitting with three other economists figuring out why the state of Oregon's per-capita personal income was declining compared to the rest of the United States.

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