“I was able to apply theoretical conceptualizations gained in class to solve problems in human resource and talent management, which was such a unique experience for me.”
“Having worked in the State Legislature prior to La Follette, and going back to it while being a student, has helped me appreciate certain aspects I hadn’t before.”
“Chapin Hall pays attention to ethics and quality research that I have never experienced in the several research teams I have previously been on.”
“As a policy intern, I found myself at the intersection of theory and practice, where the theoretical knowledge gained from La Follette coursework became the foundation for practical application.”
“I would recommend this internship to future students because I think this is a values-based organization and I have been able to learn some really innovative policies and practices…”
“This internship shaped the way I view labor policy in our state, and this would be an agency I would be happy to continue working at full-time upon graduation.”
La Follette School Director Susan Yackee shares provides updates and priorities for the year ahead and shares how you can help.
Professor Manuel P. Teodoro of the La Follette School was among the College of Letters and Science faculty celebrated during its annual Investiture Ceremony on November 10.
New research from J. Michael Collins, Sarah Halpern-Meekin, and coauthors shows that mothers with low incomes have a strong awareness of credit scoring and hope to build credit to pursue their financial goals.
On a recent visit to campus, the World Bank’s Chief Economist, Indermit Gill, shared his thoughts on the global economy and development in Wisconsin.