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Nov
19
2020

The holiday season is here, and these Michigan Ross alumni have stores and products to help you choose the perfect gifts for those you love. 

Nov
17
2020

Branton Cole, MBA ‘06, has been selected as a CEO for Action for Racial Equity, a prominent fellowship opportunity to advance societal racial equity through public policy. 

Nov
17
2020

Michigan Ross is pleased to announce the winners of the 2020 alumni awards. Alumni awards recognize the service and impact of extraordinary Ross alumni, and are chosen based on a vote by their peers each fall.

Oct
30
2020

A $2.5 million gift to Michigan Ross will augment the John H. and Patricia W. Mitchell Scholarship Fund, which was established in 2019 as part of a historic $5 million commitment to Ross that created the Mitchell Program for Business Ethics and Communications.

Oct
26
2020

Justin Golden, BBA ‘02, has partnered with several other U-M alumni to start Greatwater Opportunity Capital, a real estate private equity investment management and development firm focused on providing housing in Detroit’s neighborhoods.

Oct
23
2020

Dr. Gina Paige, MBA ’92, launched African Ancestry with a vision to help expand the way that people view themselves and the way that they view Africa.

Oct
22
2020

Choon-Peng Ng, MBA ‘04, is the co-founder and CEO of ImmunoScape, a Singapore-based biotech company that is partnering with vaccine firms and research groups to join in the global effort to find a vaccine against COVID-19.

Sep
23
2020

International Podcast Day is a global celebration of the growing industry and an opportunity to recognize the growing media channel and the shows involved. From diversity issues to career tips, travel, and business strategy, these podcasts created by Michigan Ross alumni offer something for everyone.  

Sep
23
2020

In just four weeks, Sarah Kurtz McKinnon, MBA ’18, launched Pod School Prep in response to the childcare and education crisis that the country is facing due to COVID-19.

Sep
15
2020

While masks have become essential to fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, complaints of personal comfort and fit of these devices persist. A recent Ross grad believes she’s found a solution.  

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