Eight WSB graduates making an impact on their industries

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Business Badgers value inclusive environments at every stage in their careers

The Importance of Inclusion

Business Badgers value inclusive environments at every stage in their careers. Read More »

Binnu Palta Hill, assistant dean for diversity and inclusion at WSB, leads a panel discussion called “Cancel Culture: Do Our Mistakes Define Us?” during a Diversity Lunch & Learn at Grainger Hall on March 2.

School News

COVID-19 upends the spring semester, new master’s degrees to launch, a new undergraduate supply chain major, and other updates from Grainger Hall. Read More »

What might the 2020s mean for business? WSB faculty offer ideas based on their research and experience.

Now You Know

What might the 2020s mean for business? WSB faculty offer ideas based on their research and experience. Read More »

Back Where He Belongs

Decades after his Olympic dream was crushed, Lee Kemp shares a message of resilience.


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Decades after his Olympic dream was crushed, Lee Kemp shares a message of resilience
Liad Weiss, Assistant Professor of Marketing

Don’t Fear Missing Out

Liad Weiss’ research shows that worrying might not be rational, but it could be helpful. Read More »

We asked, you answered. Last year, the Wisconsin School of Business reached out to Business Badgers to take the pulse of our alumni.

Taking a Pulse

The Alumni Pulse Survey collects and measures interests, opinions, and perceptions of WSB. See Results »

Rachel Greenberg Incoming Investment Banking Analyst, Goldman Sachs

What Inspires You?

Rachel Greenberg reflects on what the WSB community has taught her. Read More »

There’s No Business Like Show Business

Jennifer Melin Miller’s skills in strategy and marketing took her from theater fan to Tony Award-winning producer.


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Jennifer Melin Miller (BBA '94)
Emma Ebert (MBA '19)

Photo Gallery:
Icons of Campus

These photos capture some of campus’ most beloved places and moments…and likely a healthy dose of nostalgia, too. Read More »

WSB Dean Vallabh “Samba” Sambamurthy

Letter From the Dean

Dean Vallabh “Samba” Sambamurthy shares his impressions of Business Badgers’ response to an unexpected spring semester. Read More »

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Linda Gorens-Levey (BBA ’82)

a partner at General Capital Group, was awarded the Mary Ellen Stanek Award for Diversity in Corporate Governance. The award, presented by the Greater Milwaukee Committee and Milwaukee Women inc, is given to one individual and one corporation annually that have demonstrated a commitment to promoting diversity resulting in increased gender diversity in leadership in Milwaukee. Gorens-Levy also recently helped launch a professional mentorship and career development program to promote diversity and inclusivity at the C-suite level.More Class Notes »

Dorothy Conduah (MBA ’02)

currently on the faculty at Madison College in the Accounting Department, is the recipient of the 2020 WICPA Excellence Award–Accounting Educator for excellence in teaching, mentoring, and promoting the accounting profession. More Class Notes »

Jesse Ocanas (BBA ’18)

recently began a position as an internship services specialist with a nonprofit organization, Year Up, in its Chicago office. Year Up’s mission is to close the opportunity divide by ensuring that young adults gain the skills, experiences, and support that will empower them to reach their potential through careers and higher education. His team is responsible for helping manage the experience of over 150 interns in Chicago. More Class Notes »