Sherry Wagner-Henry, Director

swh@bus.wisc.edu
Sherry has extensive experience in arts administration and higher education. She comes to us from the University of Minnesota-Minneapolis/St. Paul, where she was most recently director of graduate programs for the College of Continuing Education and faculty director of their Master of Professional Studies in Arts and Cultural Leadership (ACL). She created the ACL masters and, within the college, substantially grew the number of masters degrees and certificates. Through her efforts, enrollment, scholarship support, and general revenue all increased. Previously, at the University of Minnesota, she was managing director of university theatre and dance and executive director of Minnesota Centennial Showboat.

As the director for the Bolz Center, Sherry will be responsible for the ongoing development of the Bolz Center, recruitment of students, and development of enhanced educational experiences, as well as advisory board engagement and job placement for center graduates.

Donald B. Hausch, Faculty Director

dhausch@bus.wisc.edu
Donald B. Hausch is a professor in the Department of Operations and Information Management. His research interests include auctions, competitive bidding, market efficiency, and the economic design of organizations; his teaching interests include managerial economics, the economics of organizations, and game theory.

Rebecca Buckman, Assistant Director

rbuckman@bus.wisc.edu
Rebecca Buckman supports Bolz Center students (current and prospective), alumni, and staff and would be happy to answer any questions that you have about the program. Please feel free to connect with her via email.

Academic Policy Committee

The following faculty members provide academic and curricular oversight for the Bolz Center.

Prof. Ramon J. Aldag, Management and Human Resources
Glen A. Skillrud Family Chair in Business
Executive Director, Weinert Center for Entrepreneurship

Prof. Mark A. Covaleski, Accounting and Information Systems
Robert Beyer Professor of Accounting and Information Systems

Prof. Donald B. Hausch, Operations and Information Management
Dickson-Bascom Professor of Business