Consumer psychology has long acknowledged the power of social norms. Now it can help us understand how social movements change norms and how people turn beliefs into action, according to new work by a team of researchers that includes two from the Lubar School of Business at UWM.
For John Harry, a graduate student in history at UWM, the story of Peoples Brewery in Oshkosh, Wisconsin’s first and only Black-owned brewery, is a way to tell the history of how Black entrepreneurs tried to make a place for themselves in society.
Air carriers weather economic downturns by making their operations more efficient. But even the most efficient operations may not help airlines overcome the unprecedented upheaval triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic, says UWM Professor James Peoples.
As the world rushed online to virtual meeting spaces during the coronavirus pandemic, two UWM graduate students began to wonder: How do group conflicts manifest online versus in person? How should group leaders manage those problems?
Students across the full gamut of academic disciplines at UWM have innovative ideas, and LEC programming helps turn those ideas into businesses.
Their gift will support the entrepreneur-in-residence program, where successful entrepreneurs share their experiences and insights with students.
James H. Hunter III, Bostrom Entrepreneur-In-Residence and adjunct assistant professor at UWM, is a finalist for the Entrepreneur of the Year Award in the Midwest.
More than 200 visitors, faculty and students celebrated the opening Wisconsin’s new address for innovation – the Lubar Entrepreneurship Center and UWM Welcome Center.
A total of $16,000 in prize money was awarded to four top teams of UWM students and alumni in the recent 2019 New Venture Business Plan Competition, hosted by the Lubar School of Business at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Kaushal Chari has been named dean of the Lubar School of Business at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He begins his tenure in June.