COVID-19

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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.
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A Q-and-A with Jerry Davis, associate dean for Business+Impact at Michigan Ross.
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As more businesses start to reopen while the COVID-19 pandemic continues, Ross professor Scott Page's toolkit is helping them do so as safely as possible.
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While the supply network is still adapting for larger grocery players, Argus did not have to change their sourcing strategy and is now serving over 1,400 online customers in Ann Arbor.
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A Q-and-A with Michigan Ross Professor Jagadeesh Sivadasan on the economic fallout from COVID-19: Part Two.
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Ross Thought In Action
A Q-and-A with Michigan Ross Professor Jagadeesh Sivadasan on the economic fallout from COVID-19: Part One.
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A Q-and-A with Michigan Ross Professor Ravi Anupindi.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.

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