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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.
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.
Celebrating the legacy of Angelos Vlahakis 
An iconic restaurateur and educator, “Ange” made a profound impact on The School of Hospitality Business.
This is what people want in a post-pandemic restaurant experience 
As COVID-19 cases decline and vaccinations expand, restaurants should keep safety top of mind.
Broad professor selected as advisor to MSU provost 
Forrest Carter, associate professor of marketing, will guide university leaders on long-term engagement with Detroit.
Broad professor emeritus recognized with Lifetime Contribution Award 
Joan Luft is one of the three MSU faculty to receive this distinguished award from the American Accounting Association.
Multicultural Business Programs assistant dean Ernest Betts retires from MSU 
Over his 42-year career, Betts pioneered programs based on diversity and inclusion for students in the Broad College.
Insights Association honors Broad marketing faculty member 
Michael Brereton, fixed-term faculty, is now a Laureate, the highest merit in the industry group’s certificate program.
Broad faculty member inducted into Ph.D. Project Hall of Fame 
Matthew Anderson, associate professor of accounting and information systems, was recognized for his commitment to DEI.
Broad associate dean named Filene Research Institute’s newest research fellow 
Cheri Speier-Pero will lead Filene’s new Center of Excellence for Data Analytics and the Future of Financial Services.
Broad College welcomes new faculty members for 2020-21 year 
Join us in welcoming 10 full-time faculty members new to five of our departments.
Meet the Broad College’s first MSU Foundation Professor 
Russell Johnson, professor of management, becomes the first Broad faculty member to receive this high scholarly honor.
Quinetta Roberson joins MSU as next Hannah Distinguished Professor 
This month, she begins a joint appointment in the Broad management and College of Social Science psychology departments.
Sanjay Gupta begins second term as Broad College dean 
In this Q&A, Gupta reflects on his accomplishments over the past five years and considers what's next for the college.
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.
Five is the magic number of people for making Zoom calls effective 
Management Professor John Hollenbeck explains why people aren't wired to have a 15-person virtual meeting.
What CEOs need to know as U.S. industry rallies to fight COVID-19 
Three supply chain faculty members weigh in on what companies need to consider as they respond to the pandemic.