From a community planner in Tennessee to an executive at American Express, Susan Chapman-Hughes (MBA ’98) has had an unconventional career path. She shared her perspective on life and leadership as part of WSB's M. Keith Weikel Leadership Speaker Series.
The Wisconsin Evening and Executive MBA programs support, educate, and help advance the careers of professionals living in Wisconsin. The MBA programs’ students come together from wide-ranging industries to grow their skills and earn their degrees while they work.
Poets & Quants recently examined affordability at the country’s top 50 MBA programs. Wisconsin came out #1 for lowest average student debt per graduate and lowest percentage of grads with debt, at 25%.
Thirty Wisconsin Full-Time MBA marketing students visited China and Hong Kong during winter break. They met with business executives, visited the Hong Kong stock exchange, and had the perspective-changing experience of being consumers in China and Hong Kong.
The global economy has long been linear: Raw materials are gathered, made into products, and products are used and discarded. This has caused major problems for the environment. Experts point to a circular economy as a solution.