Prospective students can learn about what the La Follette School offers through an online information session on Thursday, November 1, at 6 p.m. Madison time.
People interested in the La Follette School's master of public affairs and master of international public affairs degree programs can sign up online to ask questions of student services coordinator Mary Treleven, career development coordinator Kate Battiato and associate director Susan Yackee.
University of Wisconsin–Madison undergraduates can hear about the La Follette School’s accelerated program through which admitted undergraduates can earn a master of public affairs or international public affairs degree with a fifth year of study. Treleven will be at a campuswide Information Session for Accelerated Master’s Degree Programs on Thursday, November 15, from 5 to 6 p.m. in L151 Education Building.
— posted October 16, 2012