Having served on over 20 boards of directors, Gupta gave the audience valuable advice for future board members.
This year’s Faculty Recognition Dinner and Investiture Ceremony highlighted faculty endowments from 2020, 2021 and 2022.
The Princeton Review announcement marks a fifth consecutive year of distinguished recognition.
From launching a school climate survey to expanding resources, we are committed to building an inclusive environment.
The event, held in September, connected industry experts and covered impactful marketing research topics.
Among public schools, MSU comes in at No. 13 in Bloomberg Businessweek’s rankings and No. 10 in Fortune Education’s.
After several pilot programs, direct admission fully launched this fall, welcoming 500 high school graduates to Broad.
The QS Business Master’s Rankings 2023 place our M.S. in Marketing Research as best globally and No. 5 in North America.
These creative additions to the MBP Level Up Academic Center celebrate Broad student diversity and inclusion.
Our leading status is reaffirmed with U.S. News & World Report’s 2023 Best Colleges rankings, released today.
This year, we recognize and celebrate faculty who take on leadership roles in existing and newly created positions.
Whipple has been recommended by MSU Provost Teresa K. Woodruff to lead the Broad College of Business as interim dean.
International Business Center reaching new heights as $1.2M grant renewed by U.S. Department of Education
With this grant renewal, IBC is redefining its work to enhance the development of a global mindset for Broad Spartans.
Spartans are invited to converge on campus to celebrate entrepreneurship, innovation and 10 years of the MSU Hatch.
The MS-CXM program, designed by the Department of Marketing, is part-time and 100% online.
Cross-campus collaboration and hands-on learning lead to real-world investment for local companies.
Workiva and Grand River Solutions founder Jerome Behar to address Broad Spartans at 2022 commencement
Jerome Behar (B.A. Accounting ’79) will present to undergraduates at the Breslin Center on May 7.
The Broad College moves to No. 15 among public schools in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Business Schools ranking.