With 52 students, the La Follette School’s 2018 cohort includes a practicing physician, the founder of a nonprofit organization, an award-winning playwright, two nurses, a newspaper editor, a police officer, three military veterans, and people with a wide range of other experiences.
The La Follette School of Public Affairs is seeking candidates for its department administrator position. July 12 is the deadline for applications.
Marjorie Matthews was honored with the Doug Palm Community Service Award for her work as the La Follette School’s Partners in Giving coordinator. Matthews joined the La Follette School in 2011 and serves as a university services associate.