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Ph.D. Program at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

  • 1.  Ph.D. Program at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

    Posted 28 days ago

    The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is still accepting applications for our Ph.D. Program for the Fall 2021 cohort.

    We value our students, and we are dedicated to helping them achieve their career goals.  The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is a Carnegie R1 institution https://uwm.edu.  As such, our faculty publish in the top journals in our field and serve in positions of leadership on leading editorial review boards-  https://uwm.edu/business/  We offer the expertise, resources and support our students need to become successful scholars. 

    All of our micro faculty have research expertise in diversity and inclusion.  As a student, you will have access to this cutting-edge knowledge, and can develop mentoring relationships that will enrich your career for years to come.  We pride ourselves on creating a supportive culture that fosters your education, learning and growth as scholars and professionals.  Reflecting our inclusive values, UWM is rated as a "Best of the Best" LGBTQ-friendly college campus.

    Our school is nestled in the Upper East side of Milwaukee.  You can pursue your education while having a life (international cuisine, independent bookstores, film festivals, a thriving art scene, and surfing/sailing on Lake Michigan.) https://www.visitmilwaukee.org/neighborhoods/east-side/


     More information about our program can be found at https://uwm.edu/business/academics/doctoral/

    Questions regarding the application process can be directed to James Hardy, our PhD Program Coordinator (jhardy@uwm.edu).  Please submit your application by January 1st 2021, but test scores and letters of recommendation can be submitted until February 1, 2021.

    Please forward this announcement to your prospective doctoral students.  We have a great group here at UWM and students thrive in our program.

     Have a safe and restorative holiday season!


    Dr. Belle Rose Ragins (she/her/hers)
    Sheldon B. Lubar Professor of Management
    University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
    3202 N. Maryland Avenue
    Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53211