The La Follette School of Public Affairs is delighted to announce the 2015 winners of the Lloyd D. Gladfelter Award for Government Innovation.
Two alumni who are experts in human trafficking presented at a La Follette School symposium on modern-day slavery.
Public affairs students in David Weimer's cost-benefit analysis class are helping state agencies and community organizations make better decisions about criminal justice reform, environmental regulations, child welfare, mental health treatment and other policy areas.
A new analysis from the La Follette School of Public Affairs may help Wisconsin prevent more cases of child abuse by detecting patterns associated with cases returning to the system after initially being screened out.
A Milwaukee Journal Sentinel opinion article highlights research overseen by La Follette School professor Robert Meyer.
The practicality of the La Follette School program has stood Grant Cummings in good stead. In his position as an analyst with the Wisconsin Legislative Fiscal Bureau, Cummings finds he has used something from nearly every course he took at La Follette, even though he has been on the job for less than a year.