Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs
Professor Donald Moynihan has been elected vice president of the Public Management Research Association.

A talented and creative manager first got John Wilson-Tepeli thinking about the value of public affairs training and eventually led him to enroll at the La Follette School in the double-degree program in urban and regional planning.

The only commonality among Elizabeth "Buff" Wright's career job descriptions has been "other duties as assigned." Now assistant vice president and secretary to the board of trustees of Keck Graduate Institute of Applied Life Sciences in Claremont, California, the 1981 La Follette alum is helping to establish a school of biopharmacy that will prepare pharmacists to work in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries as well as in modern pharmacy practice.

Tuesday, 19 February 2013 00:00

Choi focuses on performance management

When Iseul Choi completes her graduate school training, she can see herself helping South Korea's performance management system perform better or maybe aiding South Korea's international development efforts.

A paper co-authored by professor Donald Moynihan will receive the 2013 Joseph Wholey Scholarship Performance Award from the American Society for Public Administration for outstanding scholarship on performance in public and nonprofit organizations.
A new study by La Follette School of Public Affairs professor Donald P. Moynihan describes the evolution of the federal performance management system since the passage of the Government Performance and Results Act of 1993.
David Miller is the University of Wisconsin System's next senior vice president for administration and fiscal affairs.
Thursday, 03 January 2013 00:00

Lefkow manages medical billing, claims systems

Helena Lefkow helps smooth billing and claims processes for hospitals and their patients. The La Follette School alum is project manager of patient financial services with the Metropolitan Chicago Healthcare Council, an association of more than 150 hospitals and health-care organizations.

Thanks to 1987 alum John Rohrer and an integrated team of health care professionals, veterans in rural Wisconsin and Michigan's Upper Peninsula are able to access medical services without having to drive hundreds of miles to a Veterans Affairs medical center.
Wednesday, 19 September 2012 00:00

Dickinson plans to advocate for poverty policies

Student Michele Dickinson's desire to lead a nonprofit organization and advocate for state policies to address poverty arises from her experience as a single, teen mother in concert with her undergraduate majors and volunteer activities.

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