Ross News Blog

Dec
23
2019

With so much going on this semester, here’s a recap of four really exciting new developments at the Ross School of Business in case you missed them.

Dec
20
2019

In what Poets&Quants dubs an “impressive” climb, the Ross School of Business has earned the No. 2 spot in the publication’s ranking of Best Undergraduate Business Schools this year.​

Dec
19
2019

As their first semester comes to a close, five students in the new Online MBA Program at the Ross School of Business were recently featured by MetroMBA as part of the publication’s “Real Humans” series, which seeks to provide insight into the real people who are enrolled in MBA programs around the U.S. ​

Dec
18
2019

Many of the largest recruiters to Michigan Ross were recently featured in the Management Top 250 ranking published by the Wall Street Journal.

Dec
18
2019

Adam Hokin, BBA ‘19 and co-founder of PedalCell, was highlighted by Bicycle...

Dec
13
2019

We’ve compiled a list of the great products and companies led by Michigan Ross alumni. From unique clothing designs to companies with a cause, these gift options are sure to paint the town blue! Here are our top 10 picks for 2019.

Dec
12
2019

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. 

Dec
10
2019

Michigan Ross juniors took on the challenge of reaching carbon neutrality at U-M by exploring creative business solutions to help the university achieve its goals through reimagining building standards, developing new models of energy consumption and transportation, and improving sustainable food systems in university dining. 

Dec
5
2019

During the University of Michigan’s Giving Blueday, the student-run Give-A-Day Fund at the Ross School of Business received thousands of dollars in donations from nearly 100 students, faculty, and staff, which unlocked a $10,000 matching grant from an anonymous donor. 

Dec
5
2019

A new bill in the U.S. Congress this week would strengthen standards for bank mergers in several ways advocated by Jeremy Kress, assistant professor of business law at the Ross School of Business. 

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