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

Mar
28
2019

There comes a time in the life of every business leader when they are faced with a tough situation and difficult choices.  For a group of 120 Michigan undergraduate students, that time is today – and the situation is even more out of hand than they realize. They’re truly facing a crisis of impossible proportions.

Mar
27
2019

Ross School of Business students Jack Griffin (BBA ’19) and Chelsea Racelis (BBA/BA ’19) are among the list of top undergraduate business majors selected by Poets&Quants as the “Best & Brightest” from the Class of 2019.

Mar
27
2019

The University of Michigan Athletic Department and the Executive Education program at Michigan Ross have teamed up to produce a new podcast, "Beyond the Wins and Losses."

Mar
22
2019

U-M recently launched the FinTech Collaboratory, a new venture that represents an interdisciplinary partnership between the Ross School of Business, College of Engineering - Civil and Environmental Engineering, Ford School of Public Policy, and the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.

Mar
20
2019

Eli Cahan, BBA ‘15, was among a small, select group of students across the globe selected for the 2019 Knight-Hennessy Scholars, a prestigious program at Stanford University.

Mar
14
2019

More than 100 U-M students participated in the early rounds of the 2019 Michigan Business Challenge, but after a few rounds of the annual business plan pitch competition, just 11 companies remain to vie for a piece of the $100,000 in prize money.

Mar
14
2019

During the winter semester of the Michigan Ross Master of Supply Chain Management program, MSCM students take part in a unique, distinctive feature of their education — the Supply Chain Consulting Studio program.

Mar
14
2019

MBA applicants with an interest in healthcare now have even more reason to choose Michigan Ross, thanks to a new scholarship program funded by Eleanor & Michael Pinkert, BSE(EE) ‘64, MBA ‘65.

Mar
13
2019

Michigan Ross Professor Jeremy Kress has warned about the dangers of failing to properly regulate nonbank financial institutions. At 10 a.m. Thursday, he’s scheduled to deliver that message to the U.S. Senate’s Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs.

Mar
13
2019

With students off on spring break, Michigan Ross hosted around 30 current and former NFL players, including University of Michigan alumni Delano Hill, Maurice Hurst, and Christopher Wormley, for its fourth annual NFL Business Academy on Mar. 3-6.   

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