News & Notes | December 6, 2017 
La Follette School student Colin Rohm is being remembered for his academic achievement, musical prowess, commitment to his student advisees, and his dedication to helping those around him. Read more
Grant supports Tjernström's study of online news company in Kenya
Assistant Professor Emilia Tjernström  received a grant to measure the effects of introducing performance-pay contracts for citizen journalists in an online English-language news company in Kenya. The study will improve understanding of whether performance contracts increase profits and how they affect journalists' output quality. Read more.
La Follette apparel for sale until December 31
The La Follette School Student Association (LSSA) is selling school-branded apparel to raise funds for its service, educational, and social activities throughout the year. Read more
In the current issue of Our Lives, former teacher - and first-year La Follette School student - Abby Swetz reflects on the triumphs and travails of the classroom and why she left teaching to pursue her master's degree in public affairs. Read more
In the News
Professor Jason Fletcher, The Potential Risks Of Consumer Genetic Testing Services, Wisconsin Public Radio. Read more

Professor Bobbi Wolfe , The Tax Bill is a Health Bill, The Atlantic. Read more

Faculty affiliate Mike Wagner, One year later, who do Trump voters trust, Vox. Read more

Family Impact Seminars, Lawmakers take aim at homelessness, WBAY. Read more
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Jan. 31: Seminar Series, Doug Harris

Feb. 1: Madison Alumni & Friends Reception

Feb. 21: Seminar Series, Gary Gates

March 7: Seminar Series, Janet Gornick

March 19: Visit Day for Prospective Students (tent.)

April 3: Behavioral Insights for Government, Asmus Olsen

April 18: Public Sector Leadership within the American Free-Enterprise System, Fitch Lecture with Curt Culver

May 13: La Follette School Graduation
Alumni News
Sara Eskrich (MPA, MPH '15), District 13 Alder, Madison Common Council. A Public Health Approach to Violence Prevention in Madison, Madison365. Read more
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