Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs

News: Students

A labor shortage at the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development created the opportunity for two La Follette School students to analyze employment patterns and opportunities.

Logistics got in the way of Jonny Hunter hearing  professor David Weimer explain to first-year students how to write a policy  memo as part of the Professional Development Workshop.

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.

Given that La Follette School professors often go the extra mile for their students, Melanie Manion's offer to buy student Allison Quatrini lunch was not all that surprising. However, they had lunch in Beijing.

Increasing student involvement is high on the agenda of the La Follette School Student Association's new president, Joe Fontaine.

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

Financial support for La Follette School students from Wisconsin is growing thanks to donations to two special funds.

The $1.6 million for a one-stop Development Services Center that is wending its way through the City of Madison's capital budget approval process is based on a recommendation from a 2005 report by six La Follette School students.

Eight students from the La Follette School of Public Affairs class of 2007 are pursuing doctorates this fall.

Jamisen Rueckert got a taste of her dream job last summer and an idea of what it takes to land it permanently some day. The La Follette School student interned with the Commercial Law Development Program, housed in the U.S. Department of Commerce's Office of the General Counsel in Washington, D.C.

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