Five teams of Broad undergraduates worked on an international business case to present to alumni industry judges.
This October, three undergraduate MSU supply chain students attended the fourth annual WISE Future Leaders Symposium.
The event, held in September, connected industry experts and covered impactful marketing research topics.
Accounting senior Marissa Burk discusses her passion for the MSU community and inclusivity.
In this Q&A, hear from student fellows of Reaching Out MBA and one staff member on what this month means to them.
In this Q&A, see Frank Cano Aristondo’s determination as a Spartan who commutes to East Lansing from South America.
In this Q&A, hear from four Full-Time MBA students and one staff member on what being Hispanic/Latinx means to them.
Accounting senior Darryl Ervin got a hole-in-one opportunity through this one-week immersive program.
On Aug. 5-6, more than 120 students began their journey in the oldest public Executive MBA program in the country.
Rising senior Ashley Yearwood is the fifth recipient from MSU to win the AWESOME Excellence in Education Scholarship.
Syed Zaidi was awarded the $10,000 scholarship for his accomplishments and aspirations in supply chain management.
Spectrum Consulting Group hosts a fundraiser to launch rebranded $30,000 scholarship fund for incoming Broad Spartans.
Andy Whitaker is honored by Poets&Quants as one of 100 successful and involved graduates nationwide.
DOC Box — toys and tools for kids with developmental challenges — won the Class of 2022 Executive MBA Pitch Competition.
Graduating seniors are recognized for having a 4.0 GPA at the close of their time at MSU.
Julia Lower and Jack Budde from the Class of 2022 are honored on Poets&Quants’ list of 100 seniors.
James Piot becomes the first Michigan-born golf amateur to take home the Havemeyer Trophy.
Broad’s Full-Time MBA students continue to represent the college well with creative and outstanding work.
Three student-led projects secured first place and faculty member Erkan Kocas was honored for his role as a mentor.
Surpassing 17 other university teams, four Spartans bring home first place and a $4,000 grand prize.