Business+Impact

Undergraduate Admissions Blog
At Ross, there are numerous ways BBA students can engage in impact-oriented opportunities while in business school. I’m happy to share examples of how our students have used their business skills to make a positive difference locally, nationally, and around the world.
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The Aspen Institute — a well-respected education/policy organization — has again honored a Michigan Ross course with its prestigious Ideas Worth Teaching Awards this year.
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This summer, the Business+Impact initiative was able to provide extra funding for social impact-related internships for Ross students at government and organizations across the country.
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Through the +Impact Studio for Local Business, Ross undergraduates are helping businesses in Detroit and Southeast Michigan respond and adapt to challenges caused by the pandemic and related shutdowns.
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The Business+Impact initiative at Michigan Ross hosted a conference earlier this month on using business research for social impact.
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In a new rating conducted by students and for students, Michigan Ross placed among the top business schools across the world for having a positive impact in society.
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With so much going on this semester, here’s a recap of four really exciting new developments at the Ross School of Business in case you missed them.
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During the University of Michigan’s Giving Blueday, the student-run Give-A-Day Fund at the Ross School of Business received thousands of dollars in donations from nearly 100 students, faculty, and staff, which unlocked a $10,000 matching grant from an anonymous donor.
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This week, more than 200 graduate students from the Ross School of Business were challenged to create positive change in the local community and beyond by generating support to build an inclusive play structure at Eberwhite Elementary School in the Ann Arbor Public Schools (AAPS) district.
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It’s official, the new +Impact Studio is up and running at the Ross School of Business, and MBAs and other graduate students from across the University of Michigan are already at work figuring out how to translate faculty insights into tangible business solutions to the world’s challenges.