Grandparents University comes to WSB, a new partnership with the UW–Madison School of Pharmacy, and other updates from Grainger Hall.
WSB's arts administration program develops leaders who bring creativity and innovation to a multitude of industries. Read More about their impact in Madison and beyond.
Do emojis help or hurt a brand’s message? Do elections delay regulatory action? Do employees perceive male and female supervisors differently? Do e-visits increase physician efficiency? WSB faculty provide the answers.
Blair Williams (B.A. ’94, MBA ’97, JD ’97, M.S. ’98) uses real estate development to forge community connections in Milwaukee and beyond.
Professor Page Moreau talks about how her research explores the challenges that can come with trying new approaches and ideas.
Tim Masterton (MBA ’18) and Julianna Masterton (MBA ’18) discuss how their experiences at WSB have impacted their careers. Find out what inspires them.
The Learning Commons might be new, but it has quickly become a favorite campus destination for many. Peek inside WSB’s new, vibrant hub.
is a former Wisconsin football player and U.S. Marine who received the 2018 Pat Tillman Award for Service at the nationally televised ESPY Awards. Wood co-founded Team Rubicon, a nonprofit organization that uses disaster response to help reintegrate veterans back into civilian life.More Class Notes »
was recently promoted to director of research and design strategy at Design Concepts, a full-service design and strategic innovation consultancy headquartered in Madison. She has been at Design Concepts for five years advising clients on how to design products and services that create meaningful experiences for end users and customers.More Class Notes »
age 86, of Peoria, Illinois, passed away on August 20, 2018. A distinguished Business Badger, Stephens was the founder, past president and CEO, and retired chairman of the board of RLI Corp., a nationwide specialty property and casualty insurance company. More Class Notes »