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Jason Miller, interim chairperson, explains in The Conversation how a strike could cost the economy $2 billion a day.
John Hollenbeck, Eli Broad Professor and University Distinguished Professor, standing in the Minskoff Pavilion atrium with students studying in the background.
The Academy of Management honored John Hollenbeck, associate dean of research, for his exceptional contributions.
In this Q&A, see Frank Cano Aristondo’s determination as a Spartan who commutes to East Lansing from South America.
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Blaufuss (B.A. Accounting ’90) is recognized for his support of the M.S. in Accounting transaction services initiative.
Al Makke and Dana Drouillard from the Executive MBA Class of 2022 were recognized by Poets&Quants.
Three MBA graduates from the Class of 2022 were honored on Poets&Quants’ annual list of top graduates nationwide.
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Alumnus Gregory Skubick discusses how his studies at the Broad College helped him succeed at Raytheon Technologies.
Metal Spartan Helmet on wall panel in the Eppley Center at Michigan State University
On Oct. 6, Penegor (B.A. Accounting ’87, MBA ’89) will join Interim Dean Judith Whipple for the 2022 Warrington Lecture.
Minskoff Pavilion's north-facing (rear) side on a bright summer day.
Our leading status is reaffirmed with U.S. News & World Report’s 2023 Best Colleges rankings, released today.
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This year, we recognize and celebrate faculty who take on leadership roles in existing and newly created positions.
Whipple has been recommended by MSU Provost Teresa K. Woodruff to lead the Broad College of Business as interim dean.
Minskoff Pavilion building with a blue sky reflection on the windows.
With this grant renewal, IBC is redefining its work to enhance the development of a global mindset for Broad Spartans.
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Executive MBA students sit around a table and collaborate at orientation.
The Russell Palmer Career Management Center offers resources for all students to achieve short- and long-term goals.
Executive MBA student Matt Swiontek blogs about how cycling has changed his life and helped him impact those in need.
Busy shopping mall, long exposure time, shoppers moving are deliberately blurred.
Forrest Morgeson, assistant professor of marketing, assesses consumer behavior for shopping in malls vs. online.
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