Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs
First-year student Princess Ojiaku shares her impression of the La Follette School and the University of Wisconsin–Madison in her Scientific American blog, Science with Moxie: Musical Notes on Neuroscience.
The La Follette School Student Association gave its inaugural Leadership Award, and the faculty recognized students' academic achievements at the school's May 15 graduation celebration.
Tuesday, 18 May 2010 09:03

Students pursue multiple degrees

This year's graduation of the La Follette School's class of 2010 marks two firsts. Students in two new dual-degree programs were among the graduating class of 45 public affairs students at the May 15 celebration at the Capitol.
Three prize-winning La Follette School students shared their ideas for funding farm digester projects with the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin in a May 14 presentation.

What started as a trip to celebrate a 25th wedding anniversary by visiting an old friend in Tanzania has developed into a new partnership for two alumni.

Thursday, 03 January 2013 00:00

Tempelis seeks justice for crime victims

For Peter Tempelis, greater justice and protection for crime victims are the best outcomes. The 2006 alum has been applying his management and legal skills to achieve justice since he started as a student in the La Follette School's dual-degree program in law and public affairs.

Wednesday, 11 November 2009 00:00

Turner guides people toward solutions

Helping people who face complex situations make sense of how to arrive at solutions is at the core of 2008 alum Andrew J. Turner's philosophy.

Tuesday, 27 December 2016 08:06

Vin Gathing, MIPA, JD

I’ve always been interested in international affairs, development, politics, and governance. La Follette’s MIPA is great with all of them.

La Follette School alumnus Peter Tempelis (MPA, JD ’06) received a Forward under 40 Award from the Wisconsin Alumni Association (WAA) on February 2.

2003 alum Becky Webster helps her community navigate government relations, handle real estate issues, and preserve its heritage.

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