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Nov
17
2020

Branton Cole, MBA ‘06, has been selected as a CEO for Action for Racial Equity, a prominent fellowship opportunity to advance societal racial equity through public policy. 

Nov
13
2020

Deloitte Consulting CEO Dan Helfrich joined Michigan Ross Dean Scott DeRue for an insightful conversation on how students and business professionals can strive for a successful career, lead in the virtual workplace, and create more inclusive teams and organizations.

Nov
12
2020

In partnership with the U-M’s Rackham Graduate School, the School of Education, and the School of Social Work, Michigan Ross co-sponsored an event featuring Dr. Ibram X. Kendi, author of Stamped from the Beginning. 

Oct
27
2020

Business schools have an opportunity and responsibility to lead in advancing racial equity in business and beyond. That was one of the main takeaways from the Race and Business Education Panel recently hosted by the Michigan Ross. 

Oct
23
2020

Dr. Gina Paige, MBA ’92, launched African Ancestry with a vision to help expand the way that people view themselves and the way that they view Africa.

Aug
6
2020

Stephen M. Ross, BBA '62, and Jeff T. Blau, BBA '90, have committed $6 million to help the Ross School of Business to further its commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. 

Aug
4
2020

Inspired by recent events and a desire to build a more diverse, inclusive, and equitable environment, more than 200 Michigan Ross Full-Time MBA students participated in a series of workshops diving into the topic of allyship. 

Jun
30
2020

For Pride Month this year, Michigan Ross students and staff members participated in a video created by Out For Business sharing Pride history, personal journeys, and allyship commitments in solidarity with marginalized LGBTQ+ communities. 

Jun
16
2020

Michael Gardner, BBA ’12, was recently named an Outstanding Alumnx by The Program on Intergroup Relations for his vast inclusion work and for his commitment to social justice. 

Jun
11
2020

In response to the tragic deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and George Floyd, three MBA students who are part of the Consortium at Michigan Ross are spearheading a fundraiser to educate and raise $100,000 to fight racial injustice.

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