Student Voices

Nov
13
2020

I wanted to share what I’ve learned about the Master of Management degree now that I’ve started in the Michigan Ross MM Program. 

Nov
4
2020

By Christina Weiberg, MBA '22 “There are so few of you in business leadership positions that we aren’t able to create any studies or analyses off of your...

Oct
28
2020

As part of the Big Ten Voting Challenge on campus, we both saw an opportunity to get more involved with the issues facing us and fellow college students. That's why we started Ross Votes!

Sep
3
2020

More important than the framework, Allyship 101 provided the opportunity to step out of my own experience and connect more deeply with my fellow Ross peers. 

Sep
1
2020

As a senior at Michigan Ross, I wanted to reflect on my busiest semester of college: the Ross Integrative Semester (RIS). Not only was RIS my favorite semester, but also my last normal semester too!

Aug
25
2020

The semester of LBLE could best be described as unique, but it was one that will have value to me as I launch my own career in the entrepreneurship world.

Jul
29
2020

I realized that with the pause in the theater industry and the support of Michigan Ross, it was time to expand my dreams and career goals through the Master of Management Program. 

Jun
15
2020

As the world adapts to post-COVID life, the ability to work well remotely will be required by nearly every employer now and into the future. I plan to use my expertise in remote work, which I’m acquiring through the Michigan Ross Online MBA Program, to secure my next position.  

May
14
2020

I was among the students and faculty who were tasked with rethinking the Michigan Ross commencement in a virtual format in less than four weeks to celebrate graduates. It wasn’t easy, but together we produced a virtual event that greatly exceeded our expectations.

May
4
2020

Living Business is a residential Theme Community dedicated to the curiosity and love of business. What that means is that we like to incorporate some of the Michigan Ross learning experience into the space we live in. 

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