The impact of WSB alumni is far-reaching. Meet eight Business Badgers whose influence will be felt in their
industries and beyond for years to come.
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Marla Poytinger (MBA ’09, Arts Administration) and David Poytinger (MBA ’10, Supply Chain Management) share insight into why teamwork matters.
When is a good time to start talking to children about money? How does the long-term value of American-made Toyotas compare to those made in Japan? What makes for a kinder, gentler workplace?
Alumni Career Connections, a new career acceleration initiative, pairs Wisconsin Evening and Executive MBA students with WSB alumni who share insights about their jobs and industries.
The WSB is connecting the classroom to the boardroom, offering students the opportunity to learn at top companies and preparing them to take on real-world business challenges.
A diverse, talented group of current Wisconsin BBA students is creating personal connections with prospective students. Meet our BBA Ambassadors, and learn how they're improving the way the School recruits its students.
Show your Badger pride and join us for the Wisconsin School of Business Homecoming Bash on October 17, 2015. The event starts 2 hours
before kickoff at Grainger Hall. Experience the fun energy, and tradition of the pre-game bash at Grainger Hall with your fellow Business Badgers!
works with multinational corporations on complicated CFO and CIO issues such as cost reduction and operations improvement ... Read More »
is a regional director for Sanrio, a former Target buyer, current member of the Wisconsin Business Alumni Board ... Read More »
founded Bikabout.com with her husband Kyle Ramey (MBA '07) to inspire two-wheeled tourism in North America's best biking cities ... Read More »
In 2001 Thomas O’Guinn co-wrote a paper on brand communities. Learn how his research has transformed the concept of brands and helped revolutionize marketing.
WSB alumni Dan Pickett (BBA ’87, MS ’88), Paul Leff (BBA ’83, MS ’84), and Ricky Sandler (BBA ’91) are preparing BBA students to overcome real-world challenges in investment analysis. Read about the Wall Street leaders teaching at the WSB.
Business Badgers will go to great lengths for a good cause. See pictures of MBA students jumping into the frigid waters of Lake Mendota in February to raise money for Special Olympics Wisconsin.
Last fall, Edward W. (Jed) Frees, was named the Hickman/Larson Chair in Actuarial Science. Learn about the special connection he had with the late Professor Jim Hickman and why he's the perfect choice for the chair.
This year, students participated in study abroad in a variety of countries, including Spain, England, Singapore, Thailand, Brazil, and Chile. See pictures from these life-changing educational experiences.
Professor Antonio Mello created a computer game to help student better understand finance. Find out how a computer game has transformed his teaching.
Get the scoop on the delicious new ice cream flavor that won the hearts of the WSB community and will represent the Wisconsin School of Business brand.
The concepts of “beauty” and “business” don’t seem to have much in common, but Diane Ragsdale, visiting artist in residence at the WSB, hopes that learning about beauty can change the way executives think.
With technology bringing changes to the delivery of learning, the value of a residential education was being called into question. At the same time, expectations of continued decline in state funding were forcing a rethink of our funding model.