Entrepreneurship at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan is led by the Zell Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies. We take a broad view of entrepreneurship--from opportunity identification to business formation, resourcing, and growth-- leveraging the expertise of faculty across the School. Our intent is to inculcate students with the knowledge and skills necessary to become successful and repeat innovators in any environment – startups, large firms, for-profit business, or non-profit organizations. Innovative action-based programs, including three student-led investment funds, has caused Michigan to be consistently ranked in the top five of graduate programs in entrepreneurship by the Princeton Review/Entrepreneurship Magazine for the past five years. The Institute and Ross drive entrepreneurial collaborations across campus from the Medical School to Law School, including a new Master’s in Entrepreneurship, a joint program between Ross and the College of Engineering.