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.
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.
Everything Deanna Singh does begins with a purpose: shift power to marginalized communities. The CEO, author, entrepreneur, and nonprofit leader visited Wisconsin MBA students to outline the four key qualities that help her accomplish her goals.