Student Voices

Jan
17
2019

Three months ago I landed a job at my dream company, Anheuser-Busch InBev. Being a Master of Supply Chain Management student straight out of undergrad, I would have never imagined I’d be offered a leadership role responsible for one of the world’s largest beer productions at such an early age. But, this job did not come easy. 

Dec
20
2018

On my final drive from Chicago to Ann Arbor, as luck would have it, I hit a mattress on I-94. First thought through my head? I really hope this isn’t a sign of things to come. After calming down, making my husband drive an hour to meet me, calling a tow truck, and figuring out what to do with a mangle mess of coils and fabric — it got stuck underneath the car — I was finally on my way to becoming an Ann Arbor “townie.” 

Dec
20
2018

Since I started school (and maintained a part-time work schedule), Erik and I have had to be more intentional to carve out time. We’re both in class or at work, meetings, and events for 12 to 14 hours per day, so we’ve had to find better ways to meal prep, grocery shop, clean (on occasion), and keep up with life.

Dec
20
2018

When we received the acceptance call from Michigan Ross, it caused a 360-degree about-face in our lives. We were planning our wedding. We had both just been promoted at work. And now: We have a big decision to make that comes with many mixed feelings.

Dec
20
2018

When Dayna got into Ross, it was a bittersweet moment for me.  I was incredibly proud of my partner. She’d earned her way into her top choice program, and getting her MBA from Ross was the best next step in her career. At the same time, I was incredibly terrified. I was building my own career in New York City, and relocating wasn’t an option for me personally or professionally.

Dec
20
2018

This is part of a series of blogs from the partners of Michigan Ross MBA students. From long-distance relationships...

Dec
13
2018

Peer coaches help first-year students foster a great relationship between an experienced Ross student and a first-year Ross student. Freshmen in BA 100 learn that they can come to their coach with questions about anything — from questions related to academics to questions about social life to questions about sporting events at Michigan and everything in between. 

Nov
16
2018

As President of the Mind Matters Mental Health Initiative, I recently hosted an event with five amazing speakers (outlined on the bottom of this post) called Head Talks.  Head Talks is a Ted-Talk style seminar on mindfulness, mental health and wellness, and positive psychology.

Oct
8
2018

My friends warned me that living in a small college town in a Midwestern state would be very different, and I’d at best be tokenized as one of a handful of LGBTQ individuals and at worst be in a community rife with latent homophobia.  Thankfully, reflecting on my first year at Ross, I realize that couldn’t be further from the truth.    

Oct
1
2018

"If you're not at the table, you're on the menu!"  This saying is quite popular in Washington D.C. It was repeated by almost every speaker we heard during the Washington Campus Carson Scholars program, which I participated in earlier this year.

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