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Video: A Conversation with Marketing Leader Gayle Fuguitt

February 21, 2020

Dean Vallabh Sambmurthy sat down with marketing icon Gayle Fuguitt, who shared her perspective on life and leadership as part of WSB’s M. Keith Weikel Leadership Speaker Series.

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Inside Entrepreneurship: Wisconsin School of Business Leads in Research and Startup Support

January 14, 2020

WSB provides the resources, education, and research to help young entrepreneurs succeed. "I like to think that the Wisconsin spirit is synonymous with the entrepreneurial spirit," says Dean Vallabh Sambamurthy.

Students talk during the Business Analytics Industry Meetup

MSBA Students Dive Into Analytics During First Semester

December 5, 2019

WSB hosted its inaugural Business Analytics Industry Meetup recently, bringing faculty and students together with analytics leaders from companies like Microsoft, Adobe, and American Family Insurance. They discussed the evolving world of business analytics, and students presented projects from their first semester courses.

New Career Engagement Studio Positions WSB Undergraduates for Success

November 5, 2019

Newly opened in September, WSB's Career Engagement Studio is a state-of-the-art central hub for career education, professional development, and network-based learning for undergraduate business students.

'Living Your Story:' 5 Leadership Lessons from Author Chris Westfall

October 3, 2019

"Leadership is a verb," says author and M. Keith Weikel speaker Chris Westfall. "Leadership is understood and demonstrated in action. It's not just about the words you choose." Read on for five ways you can be a better leader right now.

A group of MBA students hold a WSB flag in Vietnam

Wisconsin MBA Students Consult on Global Projects, Gaining Skills Employers Seek

October 1, 2019

From South Africa to Vietnam, Wisconsin MBA students build skills for the global economy not just through travel, but through consulting on overseas projects. The experience directly translates into a competitive advantage in today’s workplace.

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