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Sep
16
2020

Michigan Ross welcomed New York Times best-selling author and impact investing pioneer Jacqueline Novogratz as the 2020 Joseph and Sally Handleman Lecture Series speaker on Sept. 8. 

May
12
2020

The Michigan Ross 2020 Virtual Commencement was an unforgettable experience for the thousands of Ross students, faculty, staff, alumni, and family members who watched the first-of-its-kind ceremony online from around the world.

Mar
9
2020

Fifty years ago, U-M hosted the nation’s first “Environmental Teach-In,” which served as a model for Earth Day celebrations nationwide. This year, the university is organizing teach-ins across campus, including at Michigan Ross, aimed at tackling the biggest challenges of our time. 

Mar
3
2020

During the third annual Datathon, 138 students split into 34 from Michigan Ross and across U-M analyzed data on ticket sales at Michigan Stadium and developed recommendations to help Michigan Athletics sell out all home games. 

Feb
13
2020

A packed audience heard a lively discussion on different visions of business during a recent event at the Ross School of Business.

Feb
4
2020

With students, faculty, and staff coming to Michigan Ross from around the world, a new Food, Friends, and Culture series is providing a forum for full-time MBA students to share aspects of their unique cultures with their peers. 

Jan
27
2020

Scott Page, a new professor this year at Michigan Ross, will be one of three University of Michigan faculty members presenting their work and answering audience questions during the Distinguished University Professorship Event on Tuesday, Jan. 28.

Jan
16
2020

Angela Davis, a prominent political activist, scholar, and writer, will be the featured speaker of U-M's 34rd Annual Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium Lecture on Jan. 20. 

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. 

Nov
25
2019

Around 30 students from six schools across the University of Michigan gathered in the +Impact Studio at the Ross School of Business on Nov. 21, to take insights from Michigan Ross faculty and create ideas on how to reduce inequalities around the world. 

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