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June 6, 2023

20 Questions with Don Sechler, MBA ’05

Don Sechler, MBA ’05, is on a mission to create the next generation of entertainment in the horror genre, and his dream is anything but scary.
May 22, 2023

Justin Fishman, MBA ‘11: Bringing the Ross Network to Youth in Philadelphia

“My passion is putting people together to accomplish a goal,” says Justin Fishman, MBA ‘11. “With the fact that I can do it for a purpose close to my heart, I feel like I’ve achieved the ultimate career dream.”
May 19, 2023

Remembering Visionary Donor and Entrepreneur Sam Zell

In the end, we’re all short-term players in this world, and the question becomes: what have you done; how have you made a difference; how have you influenced the future.Sam Zell, BA ’63 JD ’66, Co-Founder of the Zell Lurie Institute
April 25, 2023

Celebration in Honor of Tom Jones

Nearly 50 people gathered at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business on April 25 to celebrate the ongoing legacy and strategic impact of Thomas (Tom) C. Jones, BBA ’68, MBA ’71, a prominent donor and valued advisor to the school.
April 21, 2023

Discover Amazing Books by Ross Alumni for This Year’s World Book Day

Looking to curl up with a good book? This month is the perfect time to expand your library as we celebrate World Book Day on April 23.
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June 8, 2023

Reflections From Ross Club President of the Year

I co-founded the Entrepreneurship Through Acquisition (ETA) Club with Kyle Sansom (MBA ’23) to educate and motivate Ross MBA students to pursue a career in ETA, also known as search funds. 
June 8, 2023

Meet the Dean: MBA Students Interview Sharon Matusik for Business Beyond Usual Podcast

The Ross School of Business Dean, Sharon Matusik, joined MBA students David Amorim and Johnathan Brown for an exclusive interview on the Michigan Ross Business Beyond Usual podcast.
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May 19, 2023

Matt Kripke, BBA ’90: Positive Culture Sustains Family Recycling Business

Building a positive culture is a key part of Matt Kripke’s, BBA ’90, role as CEO of his family's metal recycling business, Kripke Enterprises Inc., which has grown from a mom-and-pop shop into an enterprise with 70 employees in four states, multiple divisions, and $375 million in sales during 2022. 
April 10, 2023

20 Questions With Vivian Hu, MAcc '17

Vivian Hu, BBA ’16 / MAcc ’17, is a woman of many talents. As a consultant for Google, a business owner, a cooking show contestant, and a former accountant, Hu likes to keep a lot on her plate.
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