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Apply for a trip to Germany to visit Viessmann Manufacturing Company in Germany. Students will collaborate with others from UWO as well as students from Germany. Topics of study will focus on the Viessmann approach to sustainability, Viessmann technology and their business model, and climate change and renewable energies in Germany, the EU, and the United States. The Viessmann Academy is a week-long seminar about sustainability at the Viessmann headquarters in Allendorf, Germany. During this week, 20 UW Oshkosh students and 10 German students currently interning at the Viessmann Corporation will jointly listen to lectures, tour companies, and work in small groups on projects related to sustainability. Topics will focus on the Viessmann approach to sustainability, Viessmann technology and their business model, and climate change and renewable energies in Germany, the EU, and the United States. For more information and to apply, click here. Application deadline is February 13.
The UW MBA Consortium Outstanding Instructor awards have been given for the past three years to recognize faculty who are truly “outstanding” in our online environment. Read more...
UW Oshkosh College of Business Professor Will Hagen has quite the list of credible citations of his publications! Prestigious schools such as Yale, Harvard, Florida State University to name a few, have cited Dr. Hagen's works. HIs most recent publication, "The Tax Court's Arbitrary Determination of the Value of Facade Easement Contributions," appears in the October edition of the Journal of Taxation. The article is about taxpayers' deduction of donations to charitable organizations and the regulations and procedures involved with those deductions. Read the entire article here.
Dr. April Spivack's contribution to a recent report cited in Forbes Magazine states that the life of a committed entrepreneur is similar to that of a "junky" displaying behavior such as sleeplessness, obsession, etc. Click here to read the article with the link to the full report citing Dr. Spivack's research into habitual entrepreneurs.
On Friday, October 17, three UW Oshkosh alumni were recognized by the College of Business for their professional accomplishments and commitment to the college. The annual event began with a welcome and introduction by the Director of Alumni Relations, Dave Krause. The attendees enjoyed a plated lunch followed by a College of Business update given by Dean William J. Tallon. The Distinguished Young Alumnus Award was presented by Jordan Rhodes, Director of the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Jordan gave a brief summary and introduced the recipient, Corey Vanderpoel, Managing Director of Schenck M&A Solutions. Corey is a 1999 graduate in Management Information Systems with a Finance emphasis. Tim Greinert, President of the United Way, presented the Distinguished Honorary Alumnus Award to Holly Brenner, Vice President of Strategic Development & Marketing at Agnesian HealthCare. Holly received a BBA in Marketing and HR in 1999, and an MBA in 2011. Dean William Tallon was pleased to present the Distinguished Honorary Alumnus Award to Rollie Stephenson, Founder and CEO of Faith Technologies. Rollie serves on the Business Advisory Council for UW Oshkosh College of Business, and has been a significant supporter of the College of Business.
Congratulations to all three recipients!
AeroInnovate, UW Oshkosh Business Success Center's unique aviation and aerospace networking consulting enterprise, has won first place for Leadership & Collaboration at the national University Economic Development Association summit. Meridith Jaeger, founder of AeroInnovate, was present to receive the award. Read more!
The Alta Resources CEI earned this prestigious award during the GCEC Conference 2014 in London, United Kingdom. Colleen Merrill, the executive director of the Alta Resources CEI and the director of the Small Business Development Center at UW Oshkosh, was in London to receive the award on behalf of the center. The center is beginning its second year with the new director, Jordan Rhodes leading the way and expecting a year of major growth!
With a growing workforce in the state of Wisconsin, the Insurance industry will be replacing over 400,000 employees by the year 2020. UW Oshkosh students graduating with a minor in Insurance and Risk Management will have an advantage over any other graduate due to the experience and licensure they will acquire upon graduation. The state is the fourth in the nation for the number of insurance companies with over 250 life, health and property casualty organizations headquartered in Wisconsin! "More people work in insurance and financial services in Wisconsin than in the dairy industry or agriculture," said Scott Beyer, director of the insurance program at UW Oshkosh. Read more here