In response to the tragic deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and George Floyd, three MBA students who are part of the Consortium at Michigan Ross are spearheading a fundraiser to educate and raise $100,000 to fight racial injustice.
Alicia Chin, MBA ‘14, welcomes new fans into the world of hockey by telling untold stories through diverse and inclusive campaigns, and by engaging them in social impact through the National Hockey League’s sustainability program.
With students, faculty, and staff coming to Michigan Ross from around the world, a new Food, Friends, and Culture series is providing a forum for full-time MBA students to share aspects of their unique cultures with their peers.
Attending Michigan these past two years, I’ve been the most accepted I’ve ever been in my life. But when going abroad and immersing yourself in another culture, I discovered you need to keep an open mind and remember you’re not alone.
Since 2016, the Ross School of Business has participated in the Reaching Out LGBTQ MBA Fellowship as part of its efforts to attract a more diverse student cohort. This year, Michigan Ross welcomed two full-time MBA students, Sean Drimmel , MBA ’21, and Kate Reardon , MBA ’21, as Reaching Out MBA Fellows.
As a woman and a Latina, I knew that making the choice to go back to school to pursue an MBA would be an adjustment. At most top business schools, though the number of women has increased, gender parity is still an aspiration somewhere in the far-off distance. However, coming to Ross has helped me meet my goals and step into my own as a leader.