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Professor Enno Siemsen speaks to students during a PharmD orientation

WSB Partnership With School of Pharmacy Brings Business Education to Health Care Leaders

September 7, 2018

A collaboration between the Wisconsin School of Business and the University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Pharmacy offers pharmacy students the opportunity to gain valuable business expertise with an Operations and Technology Management focus.

Supplying a Sustainable Future

March 6, 2018

Spectrum Brands' Daniel Hutter and The Nature Conservancy's Caitlin Clarke share insights and expertise on the future of supply chain and sustainability during the conference, "Sustainability, Supply Chains and Earth Stewardship: Convergences and Conflicts," a two-day conference sponsored by WSB's Grainger Center for Supply Chain Management and The Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies.

Emerging Technology, Blockchain, Is Focus of Applied Learning Forum for WSB Supply Chain Students

November 9, 2017

WSB supply chain students gained first-hand knowledge and interacted with industry partners during a special forum on the rising technology, blockchain.

Students Tackle Real-World Data in WSB's First Hackathon

June 16, 2017

"Hacking is taking something and making it better through some kind of effort," says Jake Dean, director of the Grainger Center for Supply Chain Management.

Grainger Center Celebrates 25 Years of Supply Chain Education With Deep Ties to Industry

December 13, 2016

Founded out of industry demand, the Grainger Center for Supply Chain Management provides cross-functional education to Wisconsin BBA and MBA students. As the Center marks 25 years, new leaders will carry forward a legacy of success.

Grainger Center Students Help Bring Locally Produced Foods Into Schools

September 29, 2016

Supply chain management MBA students helped create a process to bring locally made yogurt into more schools.

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