Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs

Professor Leonardo Secchi of Brazil's Santa Caratina State University is an honorary fellow with an office at the La Follette School this year.

Wednesday, 26 May 2010 10:02

La Follette hosts delegation from Moldova

La Follette Outreach Director Terry Shelton helped brief a delegation of doctors and hospital administrators from Moldova on governmental affairs during their three-day visit to Madison in May.

La Follette professor Susan Yackee and MPA student Sam Matteson got a firsthand look at the process of building a public university from scratch during a weeklong trip to Kazakhstan in October.

La Follette School student Allison Quatrini is off to China for 14 months, thanks to a Fulbright scholarship.

Wednesday, 23 January 2013 00:00

Leon fosters student success, engagement

Raul Leon's experiences while a student at the La Follette School transformed his career goals.

Nick Levine came to the La Follette School to pick up a few more analysis tools. "I have a background in the humanities, in East Asian studies with an emphasis on China," Levine says, "but my analysis suffered from a lack of understanding involving the economics, statistics and legal precedents used in the law and social sciences."

Thanks to a generous donation from Lockheed Martin to the La Follette School, student Nicole Kibble was able to do more than just survive during her summer in Washington, D.C.

The new Oslo Center–U.S. Foundation held its first program in September under the guidance of alum Tom Loftus as the chair of the foundation's board of directors.
Thursday, 07 February 2013 00:00

Lu values practical training

Jiaqi Lu is confident technical skills in policy analysis will help him find work with an international organization and help him advance reforms underway in China. "I want to learn knowledge and skills about how to solve social issues and do my best to make some contribution to build a better world for everyone," the first-year international public affairs student says.

China's grassroots politics is changing — and political scientist Melanie Manion has a front-row seat. The highly accomplished scholar of Chinese politics and the political economy of good governance is completing a book, Information for Autocrats: Representation in Chinese Local Congresses for Cambridge University Press.

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