From exciting new learning opportunities to the opening of our Learning Commons, the Wisconsin School of Business has had a momentous year. Here’s a look at some of our top stories from 2018 based on readership.
- Medtronic Partnership Gives Wisconsin MBA Students Opportunity To Experience Global Business
A newly redesigned Integrated Company Analysis project gets students out of their comfort zones and into global thinking with corporate partner Medtronic.
- WSB Partnership With School of Pharmacy Brings Business Education to Health Care Leaders
A collaboration between WSB and the UW–Madison School of Pharmacy offers pharmacy students valuable business expertise with an Operations and Technology Management concentration.
- The Nicholas Center’s New Initiative Offers Graduate-Level Learning for Undergraduate Finance Students
A new program through WSB’s Nicholas Center for Corporate Finance and Investment Banking integrates undergraduate students into the Center while offering graduate-level knowledge.
- With Deep Badger Roots, Interim Dean Barry Gerhart Eyes Growth for WSB’s Future
Interim Albert O. Nicholas Dean Barry Gerhart leads the School in its next phase of growth and sets the foundation for a permanent WSB dean.
- At the Cutting Edge: MBA Students Learn New Product Development Skills With Fiskars
WSB and Fiskars team up to offer Wisconsin MBA students the chance to make a lasting impact in new product development.
- Upgraded Technology, Flexible Environments a Cornerstone of WSB’s Learning Commons
From real-time financial market data to the active learning classrooms, students are reaping the benefits of WSB’s Learning Commons.
- WSB to Launch a New Course Focused on Cryptocurrencies
The new interdisciplinary course explores the fundamentals of cryptocurrencies, as well as their underlying technologies.
- Bolz Center Anniversary Marks 50 Years of Artful Leadership
The Bolz Center for Arts Administration celebrates a season of milestones with double-header anniversaries and opportunities to honor the program’s deep legacy and ongoing influence.
- From Campus to the Coasts, ‘Business Badgers’ Demonstrate Career Readiness
For Wisconsin BBA students, the “Business Badger” moniker signifies career readiness upon graduation, thanks to a series of innovative curricular and co-curricular activities.
- “Commerce Girl” to Comptroller: The Pioneering Path of UW–Madison’s First Female Business Graduate
In 1917, Mary McNulty made history with her business degree. In a March 1918 article, McNulty shares her impressions of the world according to a female graduate during war-time America.
- Forging a Career Path Unique to You
Stephanie Pugliese, CEO of Duluth Trading Company, shares tips for succeeding on the path toward leadership during the M. Keith Weikel MBA Leadership Speaker Series.
- Flipping the Classroom, Inspired Learning Chair Paul Hoban Helps Students Move From Data to Insights
Assistant Professor Paul Hoban reimagines his business analytics course to better prepare WSB students to become marketing leaders.