We Crunched the Numbers: Michigan Ross Faculty Are Influential Research Rock Stars
The end of another academic year approaches for Michigan Ross, and with it comes an opportunity to look at the accomplishments, outcomes, and impressive impact of our community.
We compiled some of the incredible accomplishments of Ross faculty over the last year, and it makes one thing blindingly clear: Whether it’s in a classroom (physical or digital), on the printed page, or impacting policy, Ross faculty members are influential research rock stars. Check it out.
Within the last year*:
from Ross faculty appeared in media outlets
- 505 of those were in the most influential business media outlets around the world (Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, New York Times, etc)
This includes several Editor in Chief positions with Stefan Nagel heading the Journal of Finance, and Jerry Davis helming Administrative Science Quarterly
submitted by Ross Faculty to the Michigan Ross Working Paper Series in the Social Science Research Network
3 Ross Faculty
were named to influential young leader lists
- Brian Wu named to 40 under 40 by Poets & Quants
- Eric Schwartz named to 20 in their 20s by Crain’s Detroit Business
- Marcus Collins named to 40 under 40 by Advertising Age
755 ROSS ALUMS
and counting have attended #ROSSTALKS events with Ross Faculty members in cities around the world
have taken classes from Ross Faculty on Coursera
- Earlier this year, the Financial Times highlighted Michigan Ross’ leadership in online business education and the popularity of Ross professors on the Coursera platform.
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*All numbers calculated from July 2015 - June 2016
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