Made In Milwaukee. Shaping the World.
The Campaign for UWM
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Our Campaign Priorities:

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    Student Success

    Lubar students share a desire to succeed, and their can-do attitude is appreciated by the employers who hire them. More merit- and need-based scholarships will help us attract a greater number of high-achieving students. Support for classroom technology will keep our resources up to date for today’s students. A significant naming opportunity, the Business Scholars Program Expansion is an honors-level program that attracts and challenges our top students.

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    Research Excellence

    Support for our faculty sends the message that research is highly valued at the Lubar School of Business. Endowed chairs and professorships are among the highest forms of recognition and help us attract and retain outstanding faculty members. Faculty research or teaching awards provide our instructors with additional resources for their scholarly work during summer months. The Research Innovation Fund supports professional development, academic conference presentations, research assistant salaries, or research software purchases.

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    Community Engagement

    The Lubar School of Business plays an integral role in our region’s economy. Our large internship program offers opportunities for students to gain valuable work experience in their chosen field. Support for our career services center helps us connect students and graduates with employers and prepares them for internships, part-time jobs, and full-time positions. A significant naming opportunity, Lubar Executive Education partners with corporate clients to develop leadership skills. Our applied research centers, such as the Supply Chain Management Institute, the Center for Technology Innovation, or the International Business Center, are also excellent naming opportunities for our community partners.

I got a fantastic educational foundation at the Lubar School of Business, starting me off on a 'dream' career path in the entertainment and professional sports industries. We as alumni and supporters of UWM and the business school have the opportunity--and perhaps even the mandate--to ensure that the next generation of Lubar students gets to live out their dreams, as well.

Paul Baniel ’83

Vice President of Finance & Administration for the Green Bay Packers

  • V. Kanti Prasad
    Dean
    dean-prasad@uwm.edu

  • Pamela Mattox
    Senior Development Director
    (414) 229-2220
    mattox@uwm.edu

  • Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business
    Lubar Hall
    3202 N. Maryland Avenue
    Milwaukee, WI 53211
    (414) 229-4235
    lubar.uwm.edu

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