Polar Plunge 2015

Wisconsin Full-Time MBA students take the plunge
Wisconsin Full–Time MBA students take the plunge: (L to R) Anna Cramer (MBA ’16), Deisha Stanke (MBA ’16), Whitney Peiser (MBA ’16), Kasia Orlowska (MBA ’16), Michael Unhoch (MBA ’16), Peter Wierenga (MBA ’16), Eli Fish (MBA ’16), Scott Peiser (MBA ’16), Aashish Khanna (MBA ’16), Scott Hughes (MBA ’16), Matthew Litrenta (MBA ’16), Joe Porto (MBA ’16).

What makes the Wisconsin experience unique? Some might say game day at Camp Randall, some might say evenings on the terrace, and some brave souls might say the Polar Plunge. Each February, MBA and BBA students from the Wisconsin School of Business jump into the bone–chilling waters of Lake Monona to raise money for Special Olympics Wisconsin. This year, our students raised more than $10,000 for charity, which is, needless to say, very cool.

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Jim Mottern

Jim Mottern, MBA '74,

works with multinational corporations on complicated CFO and CIO issues such as cost reduction and operations improvement ... Read More »

Lisa Harris

Lisa Harris, BBA '97,

is a regional director for Sanrio, a former Target buyer, current member of the Wisconsin Business Alumni Board ... Read More »

Megan Ramey

Megan Ramey, MBA '07,

founded Bikabout.com with her husband Kyle Ramey (MBA ’07) to inspire two-wheeled tourism in North America’s best biking cities ... Read More »