America is becoming increasingly diverse, but the boards of directors of large companies aren’t keeping up, UWM researcher Maria Goranova found.
In his new role, Ilya Avdeev — an associate professor of mechanical engineering who has been instrumental in fostering entrepreneurship at UWM — will lead program development and partnership cultivation.
New Berlin students learn about business and earn UWM credits in a program co-facilitated by the Lubar Entrepreneurship Center.
Five students will go to Taiwan in February to study at Chung Yuan Christian University and work at Foxconn facilities.
So why do similar companies obtain successful outcomes from reorganizing while others do not? It depends on how the various internal players behave, said Daniel Albert at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
At long last, digging has begun for the new Lubar Entrepreneurship Center at UWM. Though a formal groundbreaking is scheduled for later, work is now underway on the new building that will house the entrepreneurship center, scheduled to open in 2019.
The next time you go out to eat in Milwaukee, you might see something new: a grade that shows how well the establishment is meeting health codes. UWM Executive MBA students helped create the grading system, which debuted Jan. 2.
The Lubar Entrepreneurship Center plunges headlong into Milwaukee Startup Week, hosting three free events designed for emerging entrepreneurs.
UW-Milwaukee alum Sumit Agarwal is a professor of economics and finance at Georgetown University. Being in the heart of American policy is perfect for his research and his passion — a passion that bloomed at UWM.
Businesses such as Starbucks can benefit by addressing their customers by name. But when they mangle the name, that payoff can turn negative.