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May
18
2020

Michael Sikand, BBA ’22, decided to put his extra time to good use by launching a podcast for young leaders that explores the key questions driving the future of business, technology, and policy.

May
11
2020

One man’s input on his college experience in the 1950s helped launch a highlight of 800 (and counting) undergraduate students’ experience at Michigan Ross.

Apr
29
2020

Jack Becker, BBA ’21 and Strauss Mann, BBA ’22, received the 2020 Carl Isaacson Award, which is presented annually to the top student athletes on the U-M hockey team. 

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
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
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. 

Mar
10
2020

Michigan Ross sent a team of four BBAs to Indiana University for the 2020 National Diversity Case Competition, where they placed third out of 42 teams from other business schools across the country.

Feb
12
2020

After jumping into second place in Poets&Quants’ Undergraduate Business School Rankings this year, Michigan Ross has earned a spot on the publication’s list of the “10 Undergraduate Business Schools to Watch in 2020.” 

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
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. 

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