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PPE and COVID-19: WSB Faculty Share Expertise, Collaborate on Solutions

April 24, 2020

The shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE) during the COVID-19 pandemic has elevated supply chain to a global discussion. WSB's Greg DeCroix and Pete Lukszys explain how supply chains function and share PPE-related projects they are working on in this urgent and unprecedented COVID-19 space.

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Preparing Leaders for the Changing Business World

February 5, 2020

Students at the Wisconsin School of Business know business is unpredictable. Hands-on learning is embedded into everything they do, preparing them to navigate uncertainty and address challenges in the face of ambiguity.

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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.

Learning the Language of R

July 29, 2019

Professor Margie Rosenberg created an analytics tool that helps students learn the fundamentals of R software, thanks to support from the Michael E. Lehman Distinguished Chair for Inspired Learning in Business.

Auditing Course Redesign Prepares WSB Students to Succeed from Day One

July 2, 2019

Assistant Professor Emily Griffith used her Cynthia and John Ihlenfeld Professorship for Inspired Learning to make WSB’s advanced audit and assurance course more responsive. “Employers want people to figure out what to do that hasn’t been done before. They are looking for students who have that willingness to teach themselves how to do new things.”

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