Ross News Blog

Showing blog articles posted in Feb 2018. (clear filters)

Feb
27
2018

Check out eight Ross projects taking place around the world right now, and follow Michigan Ross on Instagram to see updates directly from students on several of the projects throughout the week.

Feb
26
2018

The six Ross MBAs will travel to Cape Town, South Africa this March to participate in the MBA World Summit. According to the organizers, the summit is a yearly gathering of the world’s best MBA talent focused on “nurturing a collaborative culture, facilitating high-impact exchange, and championing interdisciplinary approaches to global business and societal problems.”

Feb
23
2018

Mike Jandernoa, BBA ‘72, and his wife Sue have given a $4.3 million gift to the University of Michigan. $1 million of the gift will establish a scholarship fund at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business, with the rest going towards efforts to improve math proficiency of Michigan children through a partnership with the University of Michigan.

Feb
15
2018

It’s that time of the year again: When entrepreneurs from across the University of Michigan duke it out in a three-month-long battle for the best business idea.

Feb
15
2018

In the first ever episode of the Business Beyond Usual podcast recorded with a live audience, Host Ramu Annamalai, MBA...

Feb
15
2018

Analytics and statistics have taken over the sports world. In fact, the use of mathematics to provide a competitive...

Feb
14
2018

As the world prepares to celebrate their love this Valentine’s Day, we reached out to couples who met at Ross and asked them to recount their courtship.  The stories range from the unexpected, to the downright cute.

Feb
13
2018

Vincent writes in her first blog on the site, which went live earlier this month, that Ross is full of sincere professors “who love what they do, and want you to love the subject they teach too.”

Feb
12
2018

Students come from all over the country and the world to attend Michigan Ross, which makes it...

Feb
5
2018

Poverty Solutions, launched by U-M President Mark Schlissel in 2016, is a university-wide effort to explore and test models to ease the effects of poverty and broadly share that knowledge, while working with community groups and supporting active-learning options for students.