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Showing blog articles posted in Feb 2019. (clear filters)

Feb
28
2019

Tom Lyon, professor of business economics and public policy and of environment and sustainability, spoke before the U.S. House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure this week about ways he believes infrastructure improvement, as well as the free market, can help lessen the impacts of climate change.

Feb
27
2019

Recently, Poets&Quants called the announcement of the Ross Online MBA a “big splash” and Forbes said it “carries major implications” that will shift not just the b-school marketplace, but the entire industry of digital education.

Feb
27
2019

The Positive Links Speaker Series, presented by Michigan Ross’ Center for Positive Organizations, offers inspiring and practical research-based strategies for building organizations that are high performing and bring out the best in its people.

Feb
26
2019

More than 130 graduate and undergraduate students from across the University of Michigan participated in the event, which challenges students to develop solutions for a complex business problem based on provided datasets.

Feb
22
2019

The University of Michigan will make a half-million-dollar investment in a startup founded by Ross Professor Wayne Baker, with additional funding possible in the future.

Feb
20
2019

In the world of competitive online gaming, no one stands taller than League of Legends, a multiplayer online battle arena game owned by Riot Games. John Knauss, MBA '15, is a product manager lead for Riot Games and the esports streaming platform that hosted their wildly popular League of Legends World Championship.

Feb
19
2019

Jeff Blau, BBA ’90, was just named the Real Estate Developer of the Year by Commercial Property Executive, a leading trade publication covering executives in commercial real estate.

Feb
14
2019

In a new composite ranking out this month from Poets&Quants, the Michigan Ross Executive MBA program rose two spots to place #3 among U.S. programs.

Feb
14
2019

Volunteer groups organized by the Tauber Institute for Global Operations at the University of Michigan spent a day helping two local businesses solve operational challenges.

Feb
14
2019

It’s not your typical rom-com setting, but the halls of Michigan Ross have certainly seen their fair share of love stories. And, with more than 50,000 living alumni all around the world, it’s no surprise that Michigan Ross has been the catalyst for many long-lasting, life-changing relationships.

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