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WSB's Fabio Gaertner Named a Poets & Quants' "Best 40 Under 40 MBA Professor"

May 5, 2020

WSB Associate Professor Fabio B. Gaertner is named a "Best 40 Under 40 MBA Professor" by higher education publication, Poets and Quants.

WSB Students Named to Poets & Quants “Best and Brightest” Lists

April 30, 2020

Jenna Scheffert (BBA ’20) and Poet Larsen (BBA ’20) earned this prestigious national recognition for their display of academic excellence, extracurricular leadership, innate potential, and personal character.

WSB students David Smith and Chase Devens stand with film critic Richard Roeper.

WSB Students Win Top Prize at Study Abroad Film Festival

November 14, 2019

Chase Devens (BBA ‘20) and David Smith (BBA ‘20) took home the top prize at IES Abroad’s 6th Annual Study Abroad Film Festival for their film Les Cinq Mois-The Five Months.

Professor Joan Schmit stands for a portrait in Grainger Hall

An Advocate for Women: WSB Professor Joan Schmit Receives 2019 Slesinger Award for Excellence in Mentoring

November 11, 2019

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.

The UW-Madison crest appears on a flag waving in the wind.

Companies with WSB Ties Take Top Prizes in 2019 Governor's Business Plan Contest

June 10, 2019

GrowthChart Records, Inc., and Blexx Technology, both startups with WSB ties, came away winners in this year's Governor's Business Plan Contest. The competition is produced by the Wisconsin Technology Council.

Annual Awards Honor WSB Faculty and Staff for Excellence in Teaching, Research, Innovation, and Service

May 2, 2019

The Wisconsin School of Business honored faculty and staff for outstanding achievement in research, teaching, innovation, and service during its annual spring ceremony.

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