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

Ross MBAs Headed to Seattle for Student Treks!

The Ross MBAs will be in town for a student club trek during the week of October 23rd. They will be visiting a number of companies and networking to prepare for recruiting. If your path crosses with our current students while they are visiting, please don't miss the opportunity to say hello and "Go Blue!"

Meet with Gale Amyx, MAP Program director, in Seattle on Sept. 6th or 7th!

Gale Amyx of the Office of Action Based Learning at Michigan Ross will be visiting prospective MAP team sponsors in Seattle in early September. Please contact her before then if you would like to learn more about sponsoring one of Ross's signature action-based learning projects.

Alumni Relations News

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 University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business has announced two new dual degree programs. In conjunction with the College of Pharmacy and the School of Dentistry, the dual degree programs will be offered this academic year. As an increasing number of students explore career opportunities in the medical/healthcare field, the programs are designed to help them become more marketable and knowledgeable across disciplines. MBA applications will be handled through Ross Admissions.


The University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business announced a new hybrid Executive Education program, Finance for Strategic Decision Making (FSDM). This “blended learning” program combines MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) and face-to-face instruction in an open-enrollment offering, and is the first of its kind among business schools.


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Ross Thought In Action

Professor Cindy Schipani says boards need to stop looking the other way when successful executives behave immorally.


In this video, Professor Andy Hoffman discusses the importance of public engagement and bringing research to a wider audience.


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