Ross News Blog

Sep
20
2019

The Samuel Zell & Robert H. Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies was established at the University of Michigan Business School with an endowment of $10 million from Samuel Zell and Ann Lurie, on behalf of her late husband Robert H. Lurie, in 1999. 

Sep
20
2019

News out from Forbes has the Ross School of Business moving up in the latest ranking of MBA programs. According to the article from Forbes, Michigan Ross is now No. 10 in the nation, up from No. 12 in 2017.   

Sep
17
2019

Over the summer, students in the Weekend and Evening MBA programs at the Ross School of Business participated in a last-mile mobility competition sponsored by DENSO, the world’s second-largest mobility supplier.

Sep
13
2019

A visit to an art museum may seem like an unusual field trip for undergraduate business majors, but that's what sophomores from the Ross School of Business did as a fun, action-based learning experience during student orientation this year.

Sep
10
2019

The Michigan Ross BBA program is climbing its way up the charts. According to the annual undergraduate business ranking published by U.S. News & World Report, the Michigan Ross BBA program has risen to #3 in the country, up one spot from last year.  

Sep
5
2019

The University of Michigan Ross School of Business is launching a new program in partnership with Chicago-based PEAK6 Investments to prepare students for successful careers in the rapidly growing fintech sector.

Sep
4
2019

By 2021, podcasting is expected to become a $1 billion global industry. Audience numbers and revenue projections continue to increase each year, and the rules of this new media business are being written in real time.  An upcoming event at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business will explore the ins and outs of this growing industry, and offer students a chance to interact with some of the biggest companies helping move the industry forward.

Aug
28
2019

On Sept. 26, Michigan Ross will welcome award-winning musician, actor, best-selling author, and activist Common as the guest lecturer of the annual Joseph and Sally Handleman Lecture Series this year.

Aug
22
2019

Bo Young Lee, BBA ‘97, usually tells people that even though she’s a native New Yorker, growing up in the heart of one of America’s most ethnically diverse cities, her first true cross-cultural experience was when she arrived on Michigan’s campus at the age of 17. 

Aug
19
2019

I came to Michigan at an interesting point in time.  It was 2009, after the financial crisis, and I got to witness (from the outside looking in) how technology enabled the disruption of almost every industry.

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