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Broad MBA among Top 20 Best Business Schools 
Bloomberg Businessweek’s annual ranking places Michigan State University at No. 19 among public schools in the U.S.
Broad undergraduate programs secure another year in Top 25; No. 1 in supply chain for 11 years 
U.S. News & World Report’s 2022 Best Colleges rankings, released today, uphold our lasting reputation for success.
Broad 360: Crafting a holistic student experience 
This newly launched platform allows the Broad College to create intentional engagement opportunities for undergrads.
Broad MBA program reaches 100% employment rate 
In a victory for MSU, every student from the Full-Time MBA Class of 2021 secured employment before or upon graduation.
Broad College appoints new leaders ahead of 2021–22 year 
This year, we welcome the next generation of college leaders to fill a blend of newly created and existing positions.
Broad College selects associate dean for faculty and doctoral programs 
Charles Hadlock, Frederick S. Addy Distinguished Chair in Finance, will ensure excellence in teaching and learning.
Broad College appoints associate dean for research 
John Hollenbeck, Eli Broad Professor and University Distinguished Professor, aims to increase our research prominence.
Introducing the Broad College’s associate dean for diversity, equity and inclusion 
Matthew Anderson, associate professor of accounting and information systems, will lead and expand college-wide efforts.
What does STEM designation mean for Broad’s M.S. in Accounting? Three questions answered 
Dive deep into the rationale and requirements for earning this designation and its positive impact on Broad graduates.
AT&T awards spotlight Broad teaching and learning innovations 
For four consecutive years, our faculty have been applauded for their use of technology to ensure student success.
Broad professor among top 10 outstanding university faculty 
Don Conlon, Gambrel Family Endowed Professor of Management, received MSU’s William J. Beal Outstanding Faculty Award.
Department of Marketing welcomes new chairperson 
Professor Suman Basuroy will take the department’s helm from Interim Chairperson Richard Spreng August 2021.
School of Hospitality Business names new director 
Karthik Namasivayam replaces John and Becky Duffey Faculty Fellow Carl Borchgrevink as the School’s leader August 2021.
Department of Management announces new chairperson 
Professor Kent Miller will take over when Gambrel Family Endowed Professor Don Conlon ends his term August 2021.
Broad Full-Time MBA program secures another rank in the top 15 
Fortune Education’s inaugural Best MBA Programs ranking places Michigan State University at No. 13 among public schools.
MSU Student Venture Capital Fund awards $50,000 to five start-ups 
Cross-campus collaboration and hands-on learning lead to real-world investment for local companies.
Victory for MSU: Extending the Broad College’s AACSB accreditation 
The Broad College has upheld its commitment to excellence, satisfying the highest standards for business education.
Announcing Broad’s M.S. in Financial Planning and Wealth Management 
This new graduate program gives students leading-edge knowledge and skills to become exceptional financial advisors.
Celebrating the legacy of Angelos Vlahakis 
An iconic restaurateur and educator, “Ange” made a profound impact on The School of Hospitality Business.
Broad MBA bolsters diversity, equity, inclusion efforts 
In partnership with nonprofit MLT, we have deepened our commitment to supporting the success of students of color.
Two Broad master’s programs earn STEM designation 
Curricula of the M.S. in Finance and M.S. in Accounting programs were modernized and expanded to earn this status.
Unreasonable and unforgettable: A tribute to Eli Broad, 1933-2021 
Dean Sanjay Gupta shares a message in memory of the renowned business leader, philanthropist and Spartan.
Celebrating the life of Eli Broad 
Entrepreneur, philanthropist and 1954 Michigan State University alumnus Eli Broad passed away Friday, April 30, 2021.
Minskoff Pavilion becomes first academic building at MSU with LEED Gold certification 
Our cutting-edge space meets high sustainability, efficiency measures as designated by the U.S. Green Building Council.
Eppley Center renovations put hospitality business back on top 
The Broad College’s School of Hospitality Business will soon return to its historical home on the fourth floor.