Tag Politics & public affairs
Specialists in administrative law, entrepreneurship and social statistics will speak on a variety of public policy issues this spring through joint sponsorship of the La Follette School of Public Policy and the Center for the World and the Global Economy (WAGE).
Life sciences communication professor Dietram Scheufele provides Wisconsin Week with a more in-depth look at his research on nanotechnology and religion.
A new book by a UW–Madison professor addresses disadvantages that can impede women from achieving economic and health security when they retire.
Paul Offner's legacy of applying good scholarship to public policy solutions, especially for society's disadvantaged, will be celebrated with a lecture series sponsored by the University of Wisconsin–Madison's La Follette School of Public Affairs in partnership with the Washington, D.C.-based Urban Institute.