After Rosina Estol-Peixoto started working at the Inter-American Development Bank in Washington, D.C., she saw how her research influenced public policy in Central American countries. Now she is pursuing a Master of International Public Affairs at the La Follette School.
La Follette School faculty affiliate Lawrence (Lonnie) M. Berger took over as director of the Institute for Research on Poverty today (August 1).
Two La Follette Faculty Affiliates, Professors Alta Charo and Seth Pollack, were admitted to American Academy of Arts and Sciences along with four other UW–Madison faculty. The Academy, founded in 1780 by John Hancock and 60 other scholars, honors excellence and convenes leaders who contribute to advancing the common good and upholding democratic ideals.