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Ross Alumni News

November 30, 2020

Michigan Ross BBA raises 30K to build school in Malawi

The children from a small rural village in Malawi will have a new school building by the end of this year, thanks to a Michigan Ross undergraduate.
November 23, 2020

Michigan Ross Professor’s New Case Study Focuses on Ethics and Culture in Finance

A new case study co-written by Jeremy Kress, assistant professor of business law at Michigan Ross, is part of a broader effort to improve ethics in the finance industry.
November 20, 2020

Five Members of Michigan Ross’ Full-Time MBA Class of 2022 Featured As ‘Real Humans’ By Clear Admit

Clear Admit highlighted five students from the Full-Time MBA Class of 2022 at Michigan Ross in its “Real Humans of MBA Students” series, which seeks to provide insight to prospective students on the real people in MBA programs.
November 19, 2020

Gift Guide 2020: Explore Top Products from Michigan Ross Alumni for the Holiday Season

The holiday season is here, and these Michigan Ross alumni have stores and products to help you choose the perfect gifts for those you love. 
November 18, 2020

Michigan Ross MBA Student Veterans Share Stories of Leadership and Resilience at Virtual VetX Event

As part of the U-M’s 2020 Veterans Week celebration, the Armed Forces Association at Michigan Ross virtually hosted VetX on Nov. 13. 

Ross News

The University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business announced today the 2018 Innovation Jam, taking place May 4-5. Organized by the Sanger Leadership Center, Innovation Jam is a 36-hour, action-based learning experience for Ross’ Part-Time MBA (PTMBA) students and is part of the orientation event for Weekend MBA students.

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The University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business has announced a new concentration for the Full-Time MBA (FTMBA) degree program. The Data and Business Analytics Concentration is designed for MBA students who are looking to hone their analytical skills to develop data-driven business strategies and recommendations.

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Ross Thought In Action

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This is the first in a series of articles asking Michigan Ross professors what they hope to see from the incoming Biden administration on specific business topics. In this post, Assistant Professor of Business Law Jeremy Kress addresses financial regulation.

The general approach of the Trump administration has been to move in the direction of less regulation and less oversight of financial institutions. In broad strokes, what have been the major effects of this trend?

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Michigan Ross Professor Stewart Thornhill offers advice for the pandemic and beyond.

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