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MSU faculty, alumni band together to provide scholarship-funded work for students 
The Summer Consulting Project will fund 33 Broad College students to work on 16 remote projects across eight companies.
Hospitality Business staff boost efforts to meet student needs 
After the industry took a hit, Broad staff developed new ways to help students with ongoing professional development.
Hospitality business accounting expert Ray Schmidgall retires from MSU 
Read about his career highlights and fond memories as a two-time alumnus with a 45-year career at the Broad College.
Broad College launches Executive MBA Flex option 
Fewer weekends, same top-ranked program. This new option combines an in-person experience with flexible online learning.
Moving MSU Online: Behind the Scenes 
Hear from a few Spartans who were instrumental in moving the university's services online amid the pandemic.
Palmer Center to offer virtual career fair for graduate students 
In collaboration with six business schools, the event will take place May 1 for MBA and specialty master’s students.
Broad College backgrounds now available for Zoom 
Show your Broad Spartan pride whether you're working remotely or just connecting virtually with friends and family.
Palmer Center takes the lead to help companies overcome hiring challenges 
Broad's career management center hosts company discussions to solve problems during the novel coronavirus crisis.
Burgess New Venture Challenge pivots in wake of COVID-19 
The annual competition went virtual — here are 2020’s winners.
MSU’s reign as the No. 1 supply chain school continues 
The Broad College of Business at MSU has the best graduate and undergraduate supply chain programs in the nation.
Regarding the coronavirus 
Dean Sanjay Gupta shares an update and offers resources for students, faculty and members of the Spartan community.
Youth workshop offers development resources to high schoolers  
The Phi Beta Sigma Youth Workshop continues to make a difference in its 31st year, led by MBP’s Darrell King.
Broad master’s programs ranked highly by TFE Times 
In the 2020 rankings, three master’s programs have been ranked in the top 20 nationally.
Department of Management secures No. 1 rank for research productivity 
In the 2019 TAMUGA rankings, MSU tied University of Georgia for the highest number of publications in top-tier journals.
Indonesian delegates visit MSU and formalize new collaboration 
Last month, a delegation from Gadjah Mada University visited MSU to further develop long-term partnerships.
Supply chain department hosts inaugural practitioner conference 
The one-day conference brought together practitioners, researchers and students to discuss industry dynamics.
Broad Executive MBA defends Top 10 standing 
Financial Times’ annual ranking positions the Broad EMBA program at No. 8 among U.S. public schools.
Broad online graduate program achieves Top 20 national ranking 
U.S. News & World Report’s annual ranking places Broad’s MS in Management, Strategy and Leadership program at No. 17.
Taking education to new heights with simulations 
The Broad College welcomed professor Vasant Sivaraman to lead faculty workshops on teaching with simulations.
MSU business IT students poised to help companies on new tech projects 
Project proposals are now being accepted from companies seeking student help for the spring semester.
Board of Trustees approves updates to Eppley Center 
At its most recent meeting, the MSU Board of Trustees voted to approve updates to part of the Business College Complex.
Investing in inclusion 
The Broad College has received a grant from MSU to strengthen and extend our inclusion and accessibility efforts.
MSU research leads to contract for North America’s first commercial hydrogen-powered train 
Work done by the Center for Railway Research and Education brings the first zero-emission passenger train to the U.S.
Dean Sanjay Gupta broadens global ties with trip to Indonesia 
Dean Gupta is paving the way for new collaborations between the Broad College and various Indonesian institutions.
Multicultural Heroes Case Competition now accepting applications 
The Multicultural Business Programs at the Broad College is now accepting applications for its annual case competition.