Growth is the story of the Wisconsin School of Business of late. That’s the message that Vallabh “Samba” Sambamurthy, Albert O. Nicholas Dean at WSB, emphasizes during his 2022 State of the School address.
“We see continued and growing demand for all our programs, which speaks to their reputation and impact,” says Sambamurthy.
In his address, Sambamurthy also discusses school priorities, experiential learning, and progress on WSB’s strategic plan, Roadmap 2025. Sambamurthy is joined by WSB colleagues Erwan Quintin, the Nathan S. Brand Distinguished Chair in Finance, and Mary K. Malone (MBA ’01), experiential learning lead for master’s and MBA programs and director of consulting practicum, to talk about their respective programs.
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