A report on Wisconsin conservation funding by La Follette School students in the Public Affairs Workshop received coverage by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on May 9.
Wisconsin's labor market shows no evidence of an existing or impending general "skills gaps," according to a new analysis by a team of La Follette School graduate students.
Changes in the compensation system for assistant district attorneys could reduce turnover and improve public safety, according to a new La Follette School report.
A supplement to the annual Wisconsin Poverty Report examines poverty and income by race and ethnicity in the state overall and in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin’s most populous county.
The U.S. tax code is an important tool to address social policy problems, Katherine Sydor came to realize during her first year as a student at the La Follette School of Public Affairs.
A prize-winning author known for his global research on modern-day slavery will deliver a lecture Friday, April 30, as part of a daylong La Follette School symposium on human trafficking.
La Follette School of Public Affairs alum Peter Tempelis is Wisconsin’s 2015 Assistant District Attorney of the year.
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.