Madeleine Carnemark, Christopher Lee Owen, and LaTresha Staten were named to Poets&Quants’ list of the Best & Brightest MBAs from the Class of 2020, described as those who “distinguish themselves by their ability to create and seize opportunities from day one.”
I was among the students and faculty who were tasked with rethinking the Michigan Ross commencement in a virtual format in less than four weeks to celebrate graduates. It wasn’t easy, but together we produced a virtual event that greatly exceeded our expectations.
Raymond Ip, MBA ‘17, has led and helped commercialize more than 70 innovative skin care products, some of which you probably use — think NEUTROGENA®, AVEENO ®, CLEAN & CLEAR®, and LUBRIDERM ®. The Director of Product Development and External Scientific Innovation at Allergan was recently...
By MacCalvin Romain , MBA ‘17 As a first generation American and trailblazer for my family, the decision to enter an MBA program was a big one; deciding which program to enter was almost an even bigger task. Not only would I be dedicating two years to the journey, but working toward my degree would...
When the most recent graduates of the U-M Master of Entrepreneurship program walked across the commencement stage last week, it wasn’t just a world-class entrepreneurship education they were carrying with them.
Often, people can’t quite put their finger on what’s different about the Ross culture; it’s a feeling, an attitude, a spirit, or some indescribable quality that’s apparent the moment you set foot in the Winter Garden.
The back-to-school season is always an exciting one for our students, faculty and staff, and me personally. I am proud of the Ross community and am looking forward to welcoming students from across the globe to Ross.