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Grainger Hall is lit up in red to celebrate graduates.

Grainger Hall Goes Red to Celebrate WSB Graduates

May 11, 2020

Wisconsin School of Business graduates got to see their name in lights during a special finale to commencement weekend: the "1,094 Business Badgers Light the Way Forward" live stream. See pictures of the illuminated project on the exterior of Grainger Hall.

1,094 Business Badgers Light the Way Forward

WSB Class of 2020: Business Badgers Light the Way Forward

May 9, 2020

The WSB community has found creative and innovative ways to honor graduates, all of whom have demonstrated the knowledge, accomplishment, and perseverance demanded by a UW–Madison diploma.

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

WSB Faculty and Staff Honored For Excellence in Teaching, Research, Innovation, and Service

April 28, 2020

The Wisconsin School of Business honored faculty and staff for outstanding achievement in research, teaching, innovation, and service during its annual spring ceremony. The ceremony was held virtually this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Memorable Moments: Top Photos of 2019

December 23, 2019

See some of the top photos of the year from the Wisconsin School of Business as captured by resident photographer Paul L. Newby II.

Grainger Hall viewed from a busy intersection on a summer day

Top Stories of 2019

December 17, 2019

From a new dean to a new career engagement studio designed specifically for WSB undergraduate success, 2019 was a momentous year for the Wisconsin School of Business. Here's the year in review based on our top 10 stories by readership.

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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