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WSB's Business Analytics Master's Program Celebrates Inaugural Year

May 28, 2020

Launched in the fall of 2019, WSB’s business analytics master of science degree program celebrates its inaugural year.

WSB Alumna at Forefront of Madison's New Affordable Housing for Veterans

November 8, 2019

Gorman & Company Development Director Nicole Solheim (BBA ’08, MS ’11) is applying her Badger expertise to Valor on Washington, an affordable housing development designed specifically for veteran families. "People would come up to me and say, 'Can I put my nephew on the waiting list? Can I put this person on it?' They wanted to be on it before we even had financing in place."

New Career Engagement Studio Positions WSB Undergraduates for Success

November 5, 2019

Newly opened in September, WSB's Career Engagement Studio is a state-of-the-art central hub for career education, professional development, and network-based learning for undergraduate business students.

Wisconsin Leads the Way in STEM in Business Education

October 25, 2019

Science, technology, and data analysis are being built into an increasing number of WSB’s courses, and students are customizing their learning experiences through intensive engagements with corporations and executives.

Dean Samba sits for a portrait in Grainger Hall.

Vallabh Sambamurthy Begins WSB Deanship With Eye Toward Opportunity

August 5, 2019

Vallabh "Samba" Sambamurthy brings ideas for innovation and growth to his new role as WSB's Albert O. Nicholas Dean.

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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