Action in Practice
One of the most extensive and intensive action-based learning programs of its kind, the seven-week-long Ross MAP program embeds hundreds of Ross MBAs into companies to tackle challenges from product launches to digital banking to supply chain management.
Entrepalooza, Ross’ annual entrepreneurship symposium, gives U-M students the opportunity to network with, gain expert advice from, and attend panel discussions with nationally recognized experts in entrepreneurship.
A Harvard Business Review article by Michigan Ross Professor Sue Ashford shows how to push your ideas up the chain.
Sneakers by Jordana, a founded by Ross student Jordana Schrager, was recently profiled by Teen Vogue, which calls her "the ultimate DIY entrepreneur."