Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs
Paying $2 for a $1 bill sounds a little loopy
More than 80 alumni, incoming and continuing students, faculty, staff, family and friends gathered outside the La Follette School for a picnic dinner on July 20.
More than 85 alumni, friends, students, faculty and staff have accepted the invitation from Belle and Bob La Follette to attend Hillside Fest at their home at the Observatory Hill Office Building (aka the La Follette School) on Tuesday, July 20.
Belle and Bob La Follette invite alumni and friends, new and continuing students, faculty and staff to their home at the Observatory Hill Office Building (aka the La Follette School) on Tuesday, July 20, for the Hillside Fest.
Career development coordinator Mary Russell has received a professional development grant that she will use to attend a conference for career professionals in December in Pittsburgh.
Outreach director Terry Shelton is one of two La Follette School staff members who won professional development grants in a university-wide competition.
Wednesday, 18 November 2009 03:27

La Follette School happy hour tonight

Madison-area alumni, friends, students, faculty and staff of the La Follette School of Public Affairs are all invited to a happy hour today, November 18, from 5-7 p.m. at Zanders Capitol Grill, 118 State Street.
Tuesday, 17 November 2009 10:10

La Follette School to hold open house today

La Follette School students, faculty, faculty affiliates and staff are invited to an open house today, November 20, from 3:30 to 5 p.m. for a cheese tasting in the school's conference room.
Isao Kamata has joined the La Follette School as an assistant professor of public affairs.
Policy options on the costs of health care, the development of green jobs and solutions to states' fiscal crises were among the issues highlighted in the 15th annual Bowhay Institute of Legislative Leadership Development in July at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
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