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Building Bridges — College of Business Administration alumni publication

Building Bridges is an online magazine published twice annually for alumni and friends of UWL's College of Business Administration.

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Economics kudos

Jennifer Klein, Alder Yu, Nabamita Dutta, Alysa Remsburg, Tesia Marshik and Adam Driscoll

Jennifer Klein and Alder Yu, both Biology; Nabamita Dutta, Economics; Alysa Remsburg, Environmental Studies; Tesia Marshik, Psychology; and Adam Driscoll, Sociology & Criminal Justice; co-authored the article "New frontiers in student evaluations of teaching: university efforts to design and test a new instrument for student feedback" in Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education published on April 5 by Taylor and Francis Online. This article summarizes the efforts put forth by the Ad-Hoc SEI committee with exploring the problematic use of SEIs on campus, selecting and modifying an alternative tool (the soon to be adopted LENS system), and conducting some early findings regarding its efficacy.

Submitted on: April 11, 2023

James Murray and Peter Haried

James Murray, Economics and Peter Haried, Information Systems, presented "Exploring Non-Fungible Token (NFT) Purchase Motivations" at Americas Conference on Information Systems on Aug. 13 in Minneapolis, MN. The paper was recognized as a top 25% paper at the conference.

Submitted on: Aug. 15, 2022

Nabamita Dutta, Miranda Panzer, Taviare Hawkins and Diana Moran Thundercloud

and Miranda Panzer, International Education & Engagement; received the award for ALANA Phenomenal Womyn's Award at ALANA's Phenomenal Womyn's Dinner on April 19, 2018 in La Crosse, WI. Asian, Latina, African, Native American (ALANA) Womyn's Student Organization recognizes womyn of color and allies for their significant contributions in the community and for their support of the student organization's members.

Submitted on: May 14, 2018

Nabamita Dutta, Taviare Hawkins and Diana Moran Thundercloud

Award recipients at at the ALANA Phenomenal Womyn dinner on April 19, 2018 in La Crosse, WI were:
  • Nabamita Dutta, Economics, and Taviare Hawkins, Physics, — Phenomenal Woyman
  • Diana Moran Thundercloud, Women's, Gender, Sexuality Studies — Phenomenal Woyman
ALANA (Asian, Latina, African, Native American Womyn Organization) Phenomenal Womyn's dinner is an empowering event held to honor, recognize, and celebrate womyn of color on campus. The theme this year is "SuperWomyn", a matter and category that we believe this year's award recipients belong to and embody. This year's event will honor three very unique professionals for their high caliber internal and external teaching skills, ability to inspire, and other contributions shared with students, UWL, La Crosse community and beyond.

Submitted on: April 26, 2018