WSB alumni make their mark and inspire others. Meet eight accomplished Business Badgers whose
impact on their industries will continue to grow.
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Newly remodeled Grainger Hall classrooms are transforming the learning experience for WSB students. Read about how the classrooms are engaging students and faculty in a whole new way.
Professor Timothy Riddiough (BBA ’81, M.S. ’84, Ph.D. ’91) describes how the UW changed his life. Find out what inspires him.
What are the risks of insuring a company’s reputation? Can big firms buying houses be good for homeowners? Can our possessions shape our identity? Find out the answers to these intriguing questions.
A chance to think. Stress relief. Time with friends. Business Badgers have a variety of reasons to lace up their shoes and head out the door. Meet Business Badgers on the run.
Professor Margie Rosenberg channels her passion for teaching and research in a new health care analytics class that uses real-world data. Learn how she inspires students to dig deeper.
Three UW–Madison undergraduates’ idea for an online restaurant ordering service became a successful
reality when they connected with mentors and programs at the WSB.
Each year MBA students engage in hands-on learning opportunities that are an integral part of their WSB experience. See pictures of the A.C. Nielsen Center for Marketing Research students’ applied learning trip to the Wrigley Company and SC Johnson.
Carly Wood (BBA ’12) forged close ties with the WSB that helped her take a big next step in her career. Learn how her UW connection stays strong.
retired as vice president of credit union system relations at CUNA Mutual Group in 2010. He joined The First Tee of South Central Wisconsin as a youth mentor and worked through board chairs to become chairman in 2015. The First Tee is a leading nonprofit that teaches youth life skills using the game of golf. The First Tee recently opened its first Learning Center in Madison, providing at-risk youth after-school education and recreation to address the achievement gap. More Class Notes »
was recently promoted to supervising video producer at BuzzFeed, managing teams of producers overseas and in Los Angeles. Her videos have been featured in the Washington Post, Huffington Post, the “Today” show, and at United Nations conferences, with more than 500 million views cumulatively. More Class Notes »
opened Red Wing Shoes in Delafield, Wis., in February 2016. Red Wing Shoes is a full-service retailer with a great selection of purpose-built footwear, carrying a wide assortment of Red Wing, Irish Setter, and Vasque boots and shoes. He has dreamed of owning his own business and says he couldn’t have done it without his UW education. More Class Notes »