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UW-Madison Career Services units will use technology to benefit students and employers during the Spring Career and Internship Fair on Tuesday, Jan. 31 from 4:30-8 p.m. at the Kohl Center.
John Ward, a pioneer of family business research and education and co-author of "Building a Successful Family Business Board," will speak as part of the UW Family Business Center Lecture Series at the Fluno Center for Executive Education, on Wednesday, Jan. 25 from 8-11 a.m.
A program to explore how management and labor can work better together for their mutual benefit will be held this month in honor of one of the University of Wisconsin–Madison's greatest economists.
A Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter and a national business editor who has guided coverage of the financial crisis will visit campus this fall as writers in residence.
“A brand is a promise,” Kevin Mansell, chairman, president and CEO of Kohl’s Department Stores, told over 500 students in two sessions of a Wisconsin School of Business course, Marketing in the Real World II, on Sept. 28. Kohl’s market positioning statement, “expect great things” is not only a promise to its customers, but also to its suppliers, investors, and 135,000 associates.
Mason A. Carpenter, beloved professor of strategic management, M. Keith Weikel Professor in Leadership and associate dean of evening and executive master of business administration programs in the Wisconsin School of Business, passed away on Sept. 22 after a battle with cancer.
Some come directly from graduate school; some come from established careers at major universities. All of the new faculty members at the University of Wisconsin–Madison are excited to get to work.
By day, Amy Bethel, Rebecca Bock and Billy Kardasz hold their respective positions within the UW–Madison community. Outside campus, however, you may find them flying…
François Ortalo-Magné, Robert E. Wangard Professor and chair of the Real Estate and Urban Land Economics Department at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, has been named the Albert O. Nicholas Dean of the Wisconsin School of Business.
A trio of recent University of Wisconsin–Madison graduates have sold their e-commerce analytics company to a major player in the social media field less than one year after its launch.
Walker, Ryan to headline Graaskamp Center Conference on new partnerships between government, real estateJune 6, 2011
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan will headline a Wisconsin School of Business conference on new partnerships between government and real estate.
The three finalists for the position of Albert O. Nicholas Dean of the Wisconsin School of Business at the University of Wisconsin–Madison will be on campus in coming days.
Agricultural experts at University of Wisconsin–Madison have long played a key role in a state known for corn, milk and cheese.
The Wisconsin School of Business has narrowed its search for dean, naming three finalists for the position.
From high-tech anti-theft systems and eco-friendly gardening products to smartphone applications and biotechnology devices, students at the University of Wisconsin–Madison are pursuing solutions to everyday problems as part of the annual G. Steven Burrill Business Plan Competition at the Wisconsin School of Business.
Susan Feigenbaum, professor of economics at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, has established a lectureship at the University of Wisconsin–Madison in honor of a mentor and his wife.
Graduate student Dan Sarbacker strikes a balance between his demanding coursework and his passion for the loud crowds and adrenalin-filled atmosphere that are part of the bone-cracking game he loves.
In June of 1941, Lyle Francis Robert Knudson, a University of Wisconsin senior from Racine, was called to active duty in the U.S. Navy. He was told to report to the Great Lakes Naval Training Center in Illinois on June 13, the same day on which his last two final exams were scheduled.
The University of Wisconsin’s law and business schools were included among the nation’s best programs in Princeton Review’s annual guidebooks, with the Wisconsin School of…