Hey Everyone, check out what is happening this week!
- Nominations for LSSA Board Due (Sunday/Tonight)
- Prospective Student Visit Day (Monday)
- La Follette Seminar with Professor Wolfe (Tuesday)
- IRP Seminar with Charles Hokayem (Thursday)
- IRP Book Discussion (Friday)
- La Follette Seminar- PerformanceStat (Friday)
- Nominations for next year’s LSSA board are due today at midnight.
The LSSA board is a great way to get involved with your fellow Bobs. Any continuing student is eligible to serve on the board. The positions of president, secretary, treasurer, alumni coordinator, faculty liaison, fund raising coordinator, graduation coordinator, social coordinator, and community service coordinator all need to be filled. Please consider nominating a good Bob for the job!
Submit nomination to Maria @firstname.lastname@example.org
- Prospective Student Visit Day Social
Monday, April 7th, 5:00pm, Der Ratskeller at Memorial Union
Join current and prospective students to discuss how great La Follette is and to answer any questions prospective students might have. Hope everyone will join!
- La Follette Seminar with Professor Bobbi Wolfe
Tuesday, April 8th, 12:00pm-1:00pm, La Follette Conference Room
Professor Wolfe will present her talk “Effects of Poverty on Brain Development”
- IRP Seminar with Charles Hokayem
Thursday, April 9th, 12:15pm-1:30pm, 3470 Social Sciences
John Hokayem, U.S. Census Bureau, will present his talk “Trouble in the Tails? Earnings Nonresponse and Response Bias across the Distribution Using Matched Household and Administrative Data.’
- IRP Book Discussion
Friday, April 11th, 12:15pm-1:30pm, 159 Education Building
John Ahlquist, Professor of Political Science, and Jere Bacharach, Professor of International Studies, will present a talk on their recent book “In the Interest of Others: Organizations and Social Activism”. La Follette’s own Donald Moynihan and Pam Oliver will also be discussants.
- La Follette Seminar- The PerformanceStat
Friday, April 11th, 2:00pm-3:00pm, La Follette Conference Room
Robert Behn, Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, will present this talk about performance management.