Diversity

Ross News Blog
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.
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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.
Student Voices
Attending Michigan these past two years, I’ve been the most accepted I’ve ever been in my life. But when going abroad and immersing yourself in another culture, I discovered you need to keep an open mind and remember you’re not alone.
Ross News Blog
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.
Student Voices
As a woman and a Latina, I knew that making the choice to go back to school to pursue an MBA would be an adjustment. At most top business schools, though the number of women has increased, gender parity is still an aspiration somewhere in the far-off distance. However, coming to Ross has helped me meet my goals and step into my own as a leader.
Ross News Blog
This week marks Diversity Week at Michigan Ross, during which students will present 15 incredibly powerful and thoughtfully designed events that celebrate diversity, inclusion, and empowerment. We guarantee you won’t want to miss a single one!
Student Voices
My friends warned me that living in a small college town in a Midwestern state would be very different, and I’d at best be tokenized as one of a handful of LGBTQ individuals and at worst be in a community rife with latent homophobia. Thankfully, reflecting on my first year at Ross, I realize that couldn’t be further from the truth.
Student Voices
We are working with an inspirational and enthusiastic group of women to create a conference focused on empowering women during their MBA, through their internship, and beyond graduation into their careers.
Undergraduate Admissions Blog
Ross has many outreach programs designed to introduce and educate students on what it means to be a successful business student and professional
Ross News Blog
Students come from all over the country and the world to attend Michigan Ross, which makes it a pretty amazing place. This week, you’re invited take a moment to celebrate, learn, and connect with the Ross community during a special series of events. The Ross Student Government Association has...
Ross News Blog
It’s professional development week for Michigan Ross MBA students, which means packed travel schedules, meeting with recruiters, networking with potential employers, and meeting with more recruiters. One group of Ross students is hoping to make that all sound a little less stressful for their...
Ross News Blog
​ Oct. 11 is known as National Coming Out Day, an LGBTQ+ awareness day celebrated in the United States since the late 1980s, and for the past week, Out for Business, the LGBTQ student group at Michigan Ross has worked diligently hosting and coordinating various events in celebration of the day...
Ross News Blog
This fall, Michigan Ross welcomed its newest group of MBA students, and it’s the strongest class we’ve ever had. The incoming class has the highest average GMAT score of any class in Michigan Ross’ history. Another record high for Ross is the percentage of women in the new class: 43 percent. Strong...
Student Voices
I vividly remember the first day of orientation at Ross. It reminded me of the first day of middle school – everyone had on their best clothes, a fresh haircut and everyone was thinking the same thing: “I hope I fit in!” I was no different.
Ross News Blog
When Amber Blanks, BBA ‘16/MAcc ‘17, first entered Michigan Ross as a sophomore, she didn’t know much about business. Coming from a performing arts background, she wasn’t sure how well she could adjust to the hustle and bustle of business school. Then, she found out Michigan Ross had a program that...

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