Breakfast of La Flog

If you are La Follette student, alum, faculty, or staff, La Flog needs you!  More viewpoints, opinions, and updates will make the whole site much more interesting for us (the readers).  Think about it like scrambled eggs – they are good by themselves, but add cheese (student posts), meat (faculty posts), veggies (alum and friend posts) and you have a delicious scrambling of tastes ready for breakfast.  Including a side of hashbrowns (independent blogs of students, alums, faculty, and staff linked to La Flog) makes a whole meal of La Follette-related commentary.

Delicious scrambled eggs.

Delicious scrambled eggs.

Here is an idea for current or former La Follette students to post:

What is your current job or project?

Obviously the posts would need to be professional and not disclose any sensitive information or matters, but a quick update would be interesting.  If time, let us know about any lessons learned from the job.

For example, I am currently working for Wisconsin Policy Research Institute (WPRI.org).  PA-873 Policy Analysis last fall with Professor Herd taught me how to define the research project’s goals, impact categories, and measures in a systematic way.  Keeping those lessons in mind as I work on this research project has – I hope – kept me focused for WPRI.

La Flog needs your summer activities!  Either email me (inglissteinf <at> wisc.edu), comment on this post, or make a new post!  We look forward to reading about your activities.  Returning to the awful breakfast metaphor, add some spice to La Flog with your salty and/or peppery wit.

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About Nate

Graduate student at University of Wisconsin-Madison. I am studying public policy, administration, and law. More importantly, I am getting the La Follette School Student Association out and onto the blogosphere. Here we come!
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