Doctoral candidate receives grant for sales and marketing research
Victor Chernetsky, a Ph.D. candidate in marketing, has received a $5,000 research grant to further his work.
The future of supply chain demands innovation and inclusion
Sriram Narayanan, professor of supply chain management, is uncovering how inclusion and innovation advance business.
Axia Institute research on global water safety receives international recognition
The International Water Association has recognized work from MSU improving knowledge on water-related diseases.
MSU Conservation and business researchers partner to disrupt wildlife trafficking
Supply chain management and wildlife trafficking faculty at MSU combine expertise to reduce global crime.
From goat yoga to glass packaging, marketing research students get involved
The #1 ranked M.S. in Marketing Research program is a win-win for students and businesses.
Supporting the ‘global village’ of accounting research
The Broad College hosted the 16th annual Global Management Accounting Research Symposium in June 2019.
Faculty member shares value chain research findings
David Closs presented research at the exclusive SCOPE Supply Chain Summit.
From the expert: How to find the best hotel credit cards
The School of Hospitality Business professor Michael McCall was interviewed for a WalletHub "Ask the Experts" article
Undergraduate research fellows receive awards at undergraduate research forum
The forum hosted teams from across the nation and both School of Hospitality Business teams took home awards.
Rail travel is cleaner than driving or flying, but will Americans buy in?
Andrea Hoffrichter, executive director of the Center for Railway Research and Education shares his expertise.
Railways: Past, Present & Future – MSU on Track & All Aboard!
Learn about today’s railways, what they are, and explore what MSU can contribute in terms of research and education.
Broad College goes green with program on alternative power for railways
The Center for Railway Research and Education is looking toward the future as diesel trains are increasingly phased out
Do as I say; not as I see: How big data finds out what we really watch, read and view
Our online choices often don't match what we tell others, Broad College expert Anjana Susarla finds
Michigan tops Great Lakes state neighbors in jobs created by hunting and fishing, Broad College study finds
Hunting and fishing create and support more than 171,000 jobs and around $11.2 billion in economic activity annually
Office Hours with Michael McCall: The real value of customer loyalty
A Broad College expert's column delving into business issues, insights