Impactful Research
Inspiring Professor Honored by Endowed ChairThe Robert Pricer Chair in Enterprise Development has been established to honor retired Professor Robert Pricer for his teaching excellence and pioneering academic study of entrepreneurship. Named by Businessweek as one of the nation’s top 10 entrepreneurship professors in 1996, Pricer, who retired in 2002, was an innovator who designed a trailblazing applied curriculum to link his classroom to commercial business practices.
Premium Learning Experiences
Five Dimensions of Learning: KDBIN™The Wisconsin School of Business is currently working to articulate ideal learning outcomes for every program, degree, and major along the five KDBIN dimensions: Knowing, Doing, Being, Inspiring, and Networking. These five dimensions give faculty and staff a common language for the conversation about what it means to be a Business Badger.
Lifelong Connections
Applied Learning: Inspiring Students to Greatness

Not all business students follow the traditional admissions process, applying to the school after they enroll in the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Read about how one Wisconsin School of Business student made her way to the business program via UW-Baraboo.

Educational Innovations
What About MOOCs?Forbes has proclaimed Massive Open Online Courses, a.k.a. MOOCs, a “$1 Trillion Opportunity.” Universities, academic entrepreneurs, and Silicon Valley types alike are charging ahead with investments and experiments in a search for the winning technology and business models. Find out how the Wisconsin School of Business is capitalizing on this trend to bring premium learning experiences to more students.
Class Notes
Wisconsin School of Business Alumni

From births and engagements to promotions and new ventures, our Business Badger alumni always have interesting and engaging news to share. As a result of the overwhelming response we received from our alumni, we didn't have enough room in the print edition of Update to include all of the class notes. Our solution? We've uploaded all of the class notes online! Follow the link below to read them and submit your own.