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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.

Associate Professor Dani Bauer teaches a machine learning class.

WSB Announces 8 New Courses for Business Analytics Program

February 13, 2019

The Wisconsin School of Business adds eight new courses to its curriculum through the Master of Science-Business in Operations and Technology Management: Business Analytics program.

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.

Alumnus Ricky Sandler talks with a student in the new Finance and Analytics Lab at WSB

Upgraded Technology, Flexible Environments a Cornerstone of WSB's Learning Commons

December 6, 2018

From real-time financial market data to the active learning classrooms, students are reaping the benefits of WSB's Learning Commons.

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

Business Badgers Make a Splash at Early Stage Symposium

November 27, 2018

WSB students, alumni, and board members contributed to the Wisconsin Technology Council's Early Stage Symposium as featured speakers, panelists, and award winners.

Flipping the Classroom, Inspired Learning Chair Paul Hoban Helps Students Move From Data to Insights

February 5, 2018

An Inspired Learning Chair award and three years of hard work help Assistant Professor Paul Hoban prepare WSB students to be future marketing industry leaders.

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