Since 2016, the La Follette School has awarded the annual Stephen F. Brenton Health Policy Scholarship to a graduate student seeking to pursue a career in the health sector.
The La Follette School is seeking candidates for a communications manager. Applications are due Tuesday, Oct. 26. The person in this full-time academic staff position will lead the School’s communications and marketing efforts as a …
Next month, the La Follette School will open to undergraduate students the application window for its new Certificate in Health Policy.
La Follette School faculty member and outgoing UW–Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank was honored as a “Posse Star” by The Posse Foundation last month.
The Institute for Research on Poverty (IRP) at UW–Madison, which includes several La Follette School faculty members as affiliates, has been awarded a five-year, $10.6 million cooperative agreement to serve as the national Poverty Research Center.
This report contains a cost-benefit analysis regarding the mitigation of California’s wildfires ignited by electricity infrastructure.
Health concerns during the COVID-19 pandemic led to creative changes in youth justice practice and a significant reduction in Wisconsin’s youth justice population.
Four La Follette School alumni will be featured as panelists at the La Follette Forum: Climate Policy on Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2021. The daylong conference also brings a diversity of voices, including youth, to one of the most important issues across the globe.
Jon Leibowitz, chair of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) from 2009 to 2013, will serve as the La Follette School’s first Policymaker in Residence in October. Leibowitz received his bachelor’s degree in American history from UW–Madison and his doctor of law degree from the New York University School of Law.
The 2020–2021 academic year gave the La Follette School many opportunities to celebrate, despite the many unprecedented challenges. The School welcomed 11 faculty members, honored 50 amazing master’s degree graduates, and grew its undergraduate course enrollment to more than 400 students.