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WSB Students Named to Poets & Quants “Best and Brightest” Lists

April 30, 2020

Jenna Scheffert (BBA ’20) and Poet Larsen (BBA ’20) earned this prestigious national recognition for their display of academic excellence, extracurricular leadership, innate potential, and personal character.

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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.

Late WSB student Charlie Burton

Always a Badger: Late WSB Student Charlie Burton Awarded Posthumous Degree

January 8, 2020

Charlie Burton, a beloved WSB student who passed away in December 2019 after an eight-year battle with Ewing’s Sarcoma, will be awarded a posthumous Bachelor of Business Administration degree in May 2020.

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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.

WSB students David Smith and Chase Devens stand with film critic Richard Roeper.

WSB Students Win Top Prize at Study Abroad Film Festival

November 14, 2019

Chase Devens (BBA ‘20) and David Smith (BBA ‘20) took home the top prize at IES Abroad’s 6th Annual Study Abroad Film Festival for their film Les Cinq Mois-The Five Months.

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.

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