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WSB Announces New Undergraduate Major in Supply Chain Management

February 11, 2020

Effective in the 2020-21 academic year, WSB will offer a new undergraduate major in supply chain management, enhancing the School's existing portfolio of programs in this field.

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WSB Rises to 7th Best Public Undergraduate Business Program in U.S. News & World Report Rankings

September 11, 2019

The undergraduate business program at WSB rose three places overall in the recent release of U.S. News & World Report's annual rankings for universities and undergraduate programs.

Evening MBA Students Share Career Insight and Expertise with Area High School Students

May 9, 2019

Thanks to Wisconsin MBA students, local high school students got the chance to hear firsthand what a career in business entails. The lunch and learn event was sponsored by WSB and the Boys & Girls Club of Dane County.

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.

Investor Jim Chanos speaks to students and alumni with WSB's Brad Chandler

New York Investor Jim Chanos Brings Financial Expertise to WSB Students

December 20, 2018

Legendary investor Jim Chanos taught topics ranging from financial fraud to cryptocurrencies as a guest lecturer at the Wisconsin School of Business.

The Nicholas Center's New Initiative Offers Graduate-Level Learning for Undergraduate Finance Students

September 14, 2018

A new program developed through WSB's Nicholas Center for Corporate Finance and Investment Banking will offer top-notch undergraduate students the opportunity to gain graduate-level knowledge.

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