Michigan Ross Alumni Awards
Nominations are being accepted now through July 31, 2020
Winners will be announced fall 2020
Established in 1989, this award recognizes an alumnus or alumna of the business school whose attainments in their professional field have brought distinction to themselves, credit to the school, and benefit to their fellow citizens.
The Alumni Achievement Award has been named in honor of David D. Alger, MBA 1968, and 2001 recipient of this award. David was a dynamic, involved, passionate member of the Michigan Business School community and a member of the School’s Visiting Committee. David perished in the events of Sept. 11, 2001.
Established in 1989, this award recognizes an alumnus or alumna of the business school for outstanding service to the school and/or to the university.
The Alumni Service award has been named in honor of Bert F. Wertman, who served for more than 60 years as president of the Class of 1928. Through his leadership and caring, the class remained a cohesive and vital group and held a record number of continuous reunions.
The Young Alumni Award was created to recognize exceptional young alumni who have enhanced the reputation of Ross by their outstanding professional achievements and/or continued engagement and service to the school/university or community.
One alumnus/alumna will be chosen and recognized by the school. The recipient will be presented the award in the fall.
Criteria for Nominees: