News & Updates

Explore all of the exciting news and activities that Michigan Ross alumni are participating in around the globe and in your city.

Club News & Updates

Professors, PhD, Alumnus Headline Book Event

Join Ross Professors Jane Dutton and Monica Worline and PhD alumnus Scott Sonenshein for a conversation about their new books, both of which take different angles on bringing out your best.

Alumni Relations News

Watch now: RossTalks Ann Arbor -- Living Business Leadership Experience

In case you missed our live stream, watch Dean DeRue and three guests panelists, including Tom Lewand, CEO of Shinola, in a dynamic discussion about one of Michigan Ross's most exciting new action-based learning ventures: the Living Business Leadership Experience, in which Ross students run real companies as part of their business school curriculum!

ROSSTALKS: Ross Alums Share the Biggest Risks That Led To Their Success

Connections between Ross alumni, students, and prospective students are being made in a special way in a new season of RossTalks that kicked off in New York and will extend all the way to Tokyo and Mumbai this year.

Ross News

The Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan will host its inaugural Sports and Organizational Dynamics Conference (SODC), Feb. 22-23 at Michigan Ross. Hundreds of senior sports leaders are expected to attend.

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The Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan welcomes Tristan Walker as the keynote speaker of the 2018 Alfred L. Edwards (ALE) Conference and Celebration, Feb. 2, 6:00-7:30 p.m, in Robertson Auditorium. The conference will be held Feb. 2-3 at Michigan Ross and is sponsored by the Black Business Students Association (BBSA).

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Ross Thought In Action

Professor Sue Ashford and colleagues studied how people find ways to create the structure and identity that companies used to provide.

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Dean Scott DeRue highlights innovations at Michigan Ross and explains how educators can best prepare students for the modern business world.

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