Tag Politics & public affairs
A $1.5 million gift from Herb Kohl Philanthropies will support faculty research at the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs.
UW-Madison political science professor Byron E. Shafer, who has attended political party conventions since 1980, expects some interesting developments at this year's events.
Democratic Presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders speaks to a crowd of about 4,400 at the Kohl Center on April 3, two days before the Wisconsin presidential primary.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at an invitation-only campaign event attended by over 200 people inside the Gordon Dining and Event Center on March 28.
Numerous experts from the University of Wisconsin–Madison are available to speak with reporters covering the April 5 primary and upcoming presidential election.
Arthur C. Brooks, a prominent conservative voice in matters of economic and social policy, will deliver the Institute for Research on Poverty’s New Perspectives in Social Policy lecture.
The award recognizes nonelected municipal, county, state, or federal employees who, through their careers or through a specific innovation, have helped solve a problem for Wisconsin residents.
How differently does the public view issues of foreign policy from scholars whose job it is to study the subject? Is one group more liberal or conservative than the other? And why do people think what they think?