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WSB Hosts Milwaukee Bucks' Seth Partnow for Cross-Disciplinary Learning Experience

March 18, 2019

Seth Partnow, director of basketball research for the Milwaukee Bucks, shares how the team is using data analysis to make better decisions on the court. "The numbers don't speak for themselves," Partnow stresses. "As an analyst, you put them together."

WSB’s Ella Mae Matsumura Wins Journal of Management Accounting Research 2019 Best Paper Award

March 8, 2019

Senior Associate Dean Ella Mae Matsumura wins the 2019 Best Paper Award from the Journal of Management Accounting Research.

P&G Chief Brand Officer Marc Pritchard speaks on stage

Video: Procter & Gamble’s Marc Pritchard: 4 Ways We’re Creating Change

January 8, 2019

Marketing matters now more than ever, says P&G Chief Officer Marc Pritchard in this excerpted video from the M. Keith Weikel Leadership Speaker Series.

Grainger Hall viewed from a busy intersection on a summer day

WSB Students Learn Real-Time Business Strategy From Target

November 26, 2018

Following the closure of Toys "R" Us stores earlier this year, WSB Senior Lecturer Pete Luszys invites Target into the classroom to share a real-time business scenario with WSB students.

CEO Stephanie Pugliese speaks against a backdrop of the Duluth Trading Company logo

Forging a Career Path Unique to You

October 5, 2018

Buckle your seat belt because the path to leadership is "going to take curves," says Duluth Trading Company CEO Stephanie Pugliese. She shares her tips for the road during the M. Keith Weikel MBA Leadership Speaker Series.

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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