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Showing blog articles posted in May 2020. (clear filters)

May
29
2020

In the two months since its launch, Get Shift Done, co-founded by Anurag Jain, MBA ’95, has provided more than ten million meals at more than 60 locations across ten U.S. cities, registered more than 8,500 workers, and raised nearly $7 million to pay those workers.

May
28
2020

Four teams of U-M undergraduate students were tasked to create a technology-connected product to enable more satisfying use of small spaces — then convince real consumers in a simulated marketplace to buy it. 

May
27
2020

From the frontlines of healthcare to their home offices around the world, Michigan Ross students, faculty, staff, and alumni have stepped up to lead and support those in need since the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic.

May
27
2020

Emeka Ajene, MBA ’14 and founder of Gozem, leads one of the few ride-hailing companies that serve the French-speaking African market. 

May
27
2020

Leveraging its vast network of organizational partners, Michigan Ross has developed a new internship program for students this summer, as the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the availability of internships offered by companies across the world. 

May
26
2020

Through the LBLE course, 123 graduate and undergraduate students at Michigan Ross had the opportunity to develop their leadership skills by acting as team leads on high-impact business projects for nine sponsoring organizations. 

May
21
2020

Susannah Dhamdhere, MBA ’06, is bringing together her community during difficult times – starting with a simple cup of coffee and savory Indian dishes.

May
20
2020

Michigan Ross Prof Sue Ashford has won the first-ever $100,000 Visionary Grant from the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology. 

May
18
2020

Michael Sikand, BBA ’22, decided to put his extra time to good use by launching a podcast for young leaders that explores the key questions driving the future of business, technology, and policy.

May
15
2020

The key goal of Mental Health Awareness Month, observed throughout May, is to provide people with resources and tips if they’re struggling with their mental health. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, managing mental health during this challenging time is a primary concern. 

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