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Six Broad Spartans chosen to attend the 2019 Forbes Under 30 Summit  
A diverse set of undergrad Broad College students were honored with scholarships and the chance to attend this event.
Broad College freshmen pitch fresh ideas to PepsiCo 
The BUS 291 annual case competition took place on Oct. 23, and 54 students created and pitched new business ideas.
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.
Broad College creates welcoming environment for prospective students 
The Native American and Hispanic Business Students hosted the Latinx College Day to connect with 150 high schoolers.
10 ways students can experience the Minskoff Pavilion 
While there are many things to explore, we’ve compiled the top 10 ways students can experience this new space.
Empowering female professionals 
Supply chain management students grow their network and connect with industry leaders at WISE Symposium in Arkansas.
Spartans dive into data analytics at Hilton Hackathon 
MSU and Hilton cohosted a weekend-long event for students to solve problems and connect with industry leaders.
Hospitality Business students get inside look at Grand Rapids  
On Oct. 20, the MSU Meeting and Events Club ventured to GR's Downtown Market for tours and a panel discussion.
MSU Supply Chain team earns second place at WSU case competition 
Four students studying supply chain management were recognized at an international case competition.
Four things that set the Broad MBA in Supply Chain Management apart 
If you’re looking for a program known for its supply chain expertise, Broad stands alone.
Maintaining our reputation for greatness 
For the eighth consecutive year, an MSU student has been awarded the Statler Foundation Scholarship of Excellence.
From the desk of a female CEO: The importance of work-life balance 
Karyn Schoenbart, CEO for the NPD Group, visited the Broad College to share her advice to students.
Jamie Gallagher of Faber-Castell inspires students at first Extreme Green seminar  
Gallagher shared his experiences and insights with the MBA class of 2021 to kick off the 2019–2020 Extreme Green series.
Marketing Ph.D. candidate wins Teaching Excellence Award  
Shana Redd, Ph.D. candidate in marketing, won the 2019 Marketing Doctoral Student Association Teaching Excellence Award.
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.
A glimpse into the Broad Spartan summer 
From on campus to around the world, Broad Spartans gained hands-on experience through internships this summer.
Student View: Thriving at MSU 
Zach Richardson, a Broad marketing student, taste-tested and reviewed MSU's new allergen-free dining hall, Thrive.
Forté MBA Women’s Leadership Conference: Starting a full-time MBA off right 
Broad MBA Forté Fellow Danielle Chatman-Moore talks about her experiences at this empowering event.
A legacy of learning and leading 
Andrew Adeniyi (MS Management, Strategy and Leadership '19) shares his experience with Broad's online master's program.
Broad College welcomes new wave of EMBA students  
Welcome to the Spartan family, Executive MBA class of 2021!
Broad College continues to produce Best & Brightest MBAs 
Claire Battafarano and Dustin Reid from the MBA class of 2019 are recognized among 100 gifted graduates.
Two Broad Executive MBAs recognized among nation’s Best & Brightest EMBAs, Class of 2019 
Kevin Day and Rebecca Findlay are honored among the 100 notable graduates nationwide.
How three Broad MBAs landed their dream internships  
Gaining work experience at Tesla, Facebook and Intel gives Broad students once-in-a-lifetime opportunities.
Alumna applies Broad College experience to deliver an important mission for families 
Carolyn Hurst (B.A. Marketing ’09) shares her story as the executive director for Ronald McDonald House of Mid-Michigan.
Broad students receive place in inaugural entrepreneurship competition 
Two supply chain students receive third place in the Burgess New Venture Challenge for their mobile app.