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  • Impactful Kohl Initiative brings new faculty, students, staff

    What a difference a year has made – 10 exceptional faculty, 19 outstanding certificate program graduates, 350 dedicated health policy leaders, three enthusiastic staff, and so much more. Simply put, the La Follette School of …

  • 19 undergrads receive 1st public policy certificates

    Nineteen UW–Madison students made history May 9 as the first to complete the La Follette School’s Undergraduate Certificate in Public Policy program. Two of them will continue their studies in the Master of Public Affairs …

  • Professor Greg Nemet presents his research at a conference organized by the Tommy G. Thompson Center on Public Leadership

    Nemet receives Kohl Research Competition funding

    Professor Greg Nemet received a Kohl Public Service Research Competition award to support his work on climate change analysis and policy. As a lead author for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) 6th Assessment …

  • New faculty bring wide-ranging expertise

    Ten faculty members will join the La Follette School in fall 2020, nearly doubling its roster. Several will teach core graduate-level courses, and others will bring exciting areas of expertise to the faculty. “In times …

  • 8 undergrad courses most in School history

    Due to exceptionally high interest in its Undergraduate Certificate in Public Policy program, the La Follette School will offer eight undergraduate courses in fall 2020 – the most in School history. More than 50 students …

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