Ross News Blog

Apr
22
2020

To ensure that when they return to campus, they can also visit many of their favorite places and organizations, Michigan Ross undergraduates organized virtually to launch fundraising efforts for Ann Arbor’s small businesses and nonprofits. 

Apr
21
2020

Four top Michigan Ross faculty members talk about their experiences creating courses for the Online MBA program, including what they enjoyed most, what they found most challenging, as well as what they thought of the students.

Apr
15
2020

Josh Botkin, a Michigan Ross faculty member, created an easy way for patrons to support their favorite local establishments financially impacted by the COVID-19 shutdown.

Apr
14
2020

Michigan Ross students Liza Hochberg, BBA ’20, and Sachit Grover, BBA ’20, are among a list of top undergraduate business majors featured by Poets&Quants as the “Best and Brightest” from the Class of 2020. 

Apr
13
2020

A new teach-out from U-M, in partnership with the Center for Positive Organizations at Michigan Ross, encourages a change in the conversation, focused on how individuals, families, and organizations can thrive, and not just survive, during this challenging time.

Apr
10
2020

After moving to virtual learning environments due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Michigan Ross is adapting its grading and assessment policies for winter term courses. 

Apr
8
2020

This May, Michigan Ross is offering rising junior and senior students across the U-M the opportunity to earn core and elective business credits in just four weeks through a new program called Maymester. 

Apr
7
2020

With cases of the COVID-19 virus quickly escalating across Metro Detroit, the U.S., and around the globe, Betty Chu, MBA `13/MD `95, is directing the actions Henry Ford Health System is taking to manage the crisis.

Apr
6
2020

The Yaffe Digital Media Initiative at Michigan Ross is showcasing valuable lessons that can be found through different sources in two new video series.

Apr
2
2020

Around 100 members from the Chinese Alumni Association at Michigan Ross helped bring the U-M Health System closer to COVID-19 preparedness with the donation of $42,000 and much-needed personal protective equipment.

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