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The University of Michigan recently announced it has received a $10 million donation to fund the creation of a new U-M Center for Global Health Equity. At Michigan Ross, the Center for Global Health Equity will amplify the work that students and faculty are already doing in global health research.
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More than 400 Full-Time Michigan Ross MBA Students Will Work to address real-world business challenges during MAP , focused on tech, smart mobility, social impact, and more.
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By Molly Hope, MBA ‘18 As part of Ross MAP , our team is working with the Global Fairness Initiative and Better Brick, a nonprofit that is influencing stakeholders in the brick industry in Nepal to purchase and...
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By John Keig, MBA ‘18 Greetings from Zanzibar! It’s been an adventurous three weeks of MAP in Kenya and Tanzania – so we came to Zanzibar for a little rest before heading back to our project. Life is pretty good when you have a beach scene like this out your window. Despite the views, traveling for...
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Finance is a field that can be easily overlooked––after all, crunching numbers rarely is headline-inducing work. But finance is the lifeblood of a business, providing the flexibility and resources necessary to meet business objectives – and having a deep understanding of how finance impacts all...
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Everyone’s gotta eat––and an enormous industry exists around the world to cater to that need, supplying products for everything from nutritional must-haves to cravings for sweets. Ross MBAs are experiencing the ins and outs of this wide-ranging industry in real-time right now, as they tackle some...
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By Jessica Lin, MM ‘17 The Capstone MAP is a great part of my Michigan Ross Master of Management program. It’s a series of workshops followed by a 10-week consulting experience with a team of students. Being able to apply...
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Excitement was in the air this past weekend as Michigan Ross celebrated the 25th anniversary of a pioneering program that changed the face of business education – Multidisciplinary Action Projects (MAP) . MAP 25...
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By Kaitlyn Beesley-Campos , MBA ’17 I’m a “career-switcher” – coming from civil engineering, designing hydropower and wastewater treatment projects, with my eyes on CPG consumer insights when I finish Ross. This has been a big leap, to say the least. With this in mind, I came into business school...
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This week, 407 Full-Time Ross MBAs will start work on a series of projects tackling real-life business challenges for 73 corporations and nonprofit organizations. The Multidisciplinary Action Projects (MAP) course...
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I’m still in awe of the opportunities given to our team during MAP. For our project, we were asked to work with a leader in the wine industry to develop a go-to-market strategy for a new wine brand.
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Six MBA students from the Stephen M. Ross School of Business came up with a playbook for the Miami Dolphins — a program to help players with their post-career game plans. The comprehensive program for the team also includes professional development for...
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In early March, our 450 first-year MBAs began work on Ross MAP -- their semester-long projects focused on...
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On Monday morning when we arrived at the Google offices in Singapore we were treated to a tour of the campus, a stop at the cafeteria to enjoy an impressive spread of international cuisines, and a flurry of important meetings. We met with Googlers from various business units to gain a deeper...
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MAP just kicked off this week, and as I think about the opportunity ahead, I cannot imagine when else I would have a chance to work for an NFL organization.
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This week, more than 440 Ross MBAs will start work on a series of projects tackling real-life business challenges for 79 corporations and non-profit organizations. The Multidisciplinary Action Projects (MAP) will send first-year MBA students...
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The purpose of our trip was to begin our semester’s capstone action-based learning project working for Habitat for Humanity based in Atlanta, GA. The former president is a huge proponent of Habitat, and we thought it would be a nice opportunity to understand some of the roots of the business.
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Today our first-year Ross MBAs are learning some specifics about how they’ll be spending a majority of their time this semester.

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