Wisconsin School of Business faculty, staff, students, and alumni regularly push the boundary of expectation, pursuing new ideas, experiences, and opportunities that advance business education.
From students experiencing novel learning opportunities to faculty developing innovative curriculum and classes, our collection of news stories brings you the latest developments and initiatives at WSB.
Joan Schmit is a recipient of the 2019 Slesinger Award for Excellence in Mentoring, an award created to celebrate individuals who help women faculty achieve their goals and reach their highest potential at the UW–Madison.
Gorman & Company Development Director Nicole Solheim (BBA ’08, MS ’11) is applying her Badger expertise to Valor on Washington, an affordable housing development designed specifically for veteran families. "People would come up to me and say, 'Can I put my nephew on the waiting list? Can I put this person on it?' They wanted to be on it before we even had financing in place."
Faculty members at WSB achieve global recognition for their groundbreaking research. They share their findings in the Forward Thinking blog, providing answers to important questions and business insights you can trust.
WSB sat down with John Mullahy, a professor in the Department of Population Health Sciences and an affiliate faculty member in WSB's Department of Risk and Insurance, to talk about his connection with the School, why health economics matters, and how teaching keeps him inspired.
You're a good saver: the proof is in your new home. Now, you figure, it should be easier than ever to put some money away, right? Not necessarily, says WSB's Abdullah Yavas, who shares new findings on mortgage debt, savings, and household consumption.