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Professor Ed Outslay passes away 
During his tenure at the Broad College, Ed was known as a passionate academic, impactful mentor and devoted volunteer.
Minskoff Pavilion May 2019 progress update 
The Minskoff Pavilion will bring a new Broad College student experience to MSU this fall.
2019 Commencement: Achieving great things together 
On Saturday, May 4, students gathered for one last time and learned of the great things Spartans can achieve together
Broad College hosts inclusiveness program for community leaders 
The Eli Broad College of Business welcomed 200 community leaders as a commitment to create a more inclusive workplace
Broad alumna and Carhartt's President and COO Linda Hubbard to give commencement address 
Hubbard will speak before a packed Breslin Center audience and address the future leaders of business
At the Podium: Meet Tim Sharky, Broad Student Commencement Speaker 
His time at Michigan State University as a student is coming to a close yet, there's a bond Spartans all share for life.
Burgess New Venture Challenge announces inaugural competition winners 
An early-stage pitch competition bringing together MSU student entrepreneurs and business leaders
MSU launches Student Venture Capital Fund within Broad College of Business 
The fund will direct up to $50K annually in venture capital to student-launched companies
Edward J. Minskoff Pavilion April progress update 
Only a few months remain in the Minskoff Pavilion’s assembly.
Burgess New Venture Challenge announces finalists for inaugural competition 
Fifteen Michigan State University student-led teams will compete for over $40,000 in total cash prizes
'Extreme Green' finds a sweet way to promote charity 
Full-Time MBA student case competition gives Wendy's an idea on using dessert to advocate for adoptions
New appointments will help lead Broad College into the future 
Latest generation of leaders taking roles atop the business college
Student's passion, hard work rewarded by Deloitte Foundation 
Hari Ramasubramanian one of only 10 doctoral students nationwide awarded a prestigious accounting fellowship
'Retail Revival' is getting local businesses to think globally 
The program sponsored by eBay, is helping mid-Michigan mom-and-pop stores spread their presence around the world
Vision becoming tangible as Minskoff Pavilion work continues 
Interior work reveals the facility's potential for student collaboration in this March 2019 project video update
Degrees in hand, Executive MBA program's 53rd class goes forth 
America's oldest public college Executive MBA program graduates 109 students in its Class of 2019
Broad online partnerships to provide executive education in the Middle East 
College working with Bisk Education to link with the University of Dubai and students in the United Arab Emirates
Broad College remains unrivaled for supply chain management studies 
For third straight year, both graduate and undergrad SCM programs ranked #1 in nation by U.S. News & World Report
Pi + Pie = Helping kids via Broad student fund-raiser 
Student pie sales from March 12-14 at Broad College honors Pi Day, benefits Small Talk Children's Advocacy Center
Executive MBAs find classroom solution to household problem 
An easy-to-use drywall solution wins the Class of 2019 Executive MBA Pitch Competition
New leadership for highly-ranked Supply Chain Management 
Vedat Vertner of McGill University in Montreal, Canada will take the helm of the Broad College department on July 1
Ongoing business relationships drive Executive Education program 
Program works to understand business needs, craft unique solutions built to solve real-world challenges
Broad alum joins Carlyle Group 
Mark Blaufuss (BA Accounting '90) is a new operating executive consultant for the global private equity firm
IT leader with business focus shares her insights with Broad Spartans  
Mel Hudson-Nowak (MBA '99), a vice president at US Foods, is latest guest in Pung Executive Speaker Series
A truly global Broad Spartan sees her world shrink through her travels 
Aishat Akinwale left her native Africa to study accounting at the Broad College, then headed to Europe for her career