From Alumni, For Alumni

Alumni Park, which opened this fall between the Red Gym and the Memorial Union
Alumni Park

The vibrancy of the UW–Madison campus. The beauty of its lakeshore. The energy of Badgers coming together. A storied past and an exciting future. All are at the heart of Alumni Park, a gift to UW–Madison from its graduates to celebrate the positive impact the university and its people have had throughout the world. Alumni Park opened this fall between the Red Gym and the Memorial Union, transforming a mundane parking lot into a spectacular gathering space. Beyond its prime location, park exhibits feature nearly 200 stories of alumni achievement, including successful Business Badgers.


Alumni Park exhibit featuring Well Red, a sculpture of Bucky Badger wearing a backpack
Red Well Bucky Badger sculpture
UW Madison's Red Gym building
Exhibit in front of the Red Gym

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Bruce Ellig (BBA 1959, MBA 1960)

established the Bruce R. Ellig Scholarship Fund for outstanding undergraduate students. He previously funded the Bruce R. Ellig Distinguished Chair in Pay and Organizational Effectiveness. More Class Notes »

Amy Martens (BBA 2002)

graduated with an MBA in health systems leadership from Edgewood College in 2015. In early 2017 she accepted a position as director of operations with the University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Medicine and Public Health, where she provides administrative leadership and overall programmatic and operational support, managing fiscal and human resources to carry out educational, research, and service missions. More Class Notes »

Joshua Blumenfeld (BBA 2001)

founded MyJobHelper.com, an online job search engine, in 2012. In 2015 and 2016, MyJobHelper was recognized by Inc. magazine as one of the fastest-growing private companies in America. In 2016, MyJobHelper was also a Deloitte Fast 500 Winner. Earlier this year, MyJobHelper launched its Latin American operations and now operates in more than 15 countries including the UK, Australia, Canada, Brazil, and Peru. More Class Notes »