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Reunion Weekend

The Reunion Weekend includes a state of the school address from Dean Alison Blake-Davis, a keynote lecture, structured social events, and a tailgate party and home football game, with plenty of opportunities for reconnecting with former classmates and networking. All alumni are invited to attend, with special celebrations being planned for the classes celebrating landmark anniversaries. If you are a member of an anniversary class and would like to help plan Reunion Weekend activities, contact the Reunion Team at rossreunionteam@umich.edu .  Anniversary classes for 2012 include the class of 1962, 1987, 2002, and 2007.
 

Multidisciplinary Action Projects (MAP)

MAP is Michigan's flagship project course in the MBA Program, partnering students and businesses together each March and April. Students travel throughout the United States in teams of five to six students to work on-site with companies to solve real business problems. If you would like more information on how to sponsor a team of students, please contact Gale Amyx, MAP Program Manager, at gamyx@umich.edu.
 

Women's Initiative

Ross is dedicated to a broad-based and diverse community, and the Women’s Initiative is a natural extension of the school's greater mission. Maximizing opportunities for women in business is a business issue. Ross has dedicated resources to help woman meet their goals, while developing the leadership skills to achieve them. We offer specialized programming and events, including the annual Women in Leadership Conference (in conjunction with Michigan Business Women), to help women build their networking and leadership skills. Please contact Mary Hinesly, Senior Associate Director at mhinesly@umich.edu, if you would like to become involved in the Women's Initiative.
 

Alumni Clubs

Ross School of Business Alumni Clubs help build and support a global Ross community by providing opportunities for life long learning, networking, and cultural activities to support the school's mission of Leading in Thought and Action. Clubs serve as brand ambassadors and forge valuable ties to corporate partners while keeping alumni connected around the globe.