Associate professor Jason Miller will serve a two-year term as the department’s acting leader, beginning August 2022.
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.
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.
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.
Recent findings from supply chain expert Stanley Lim reveal a retail replenishment system that benefits both parties.
The Broad College moves to No. 15 among public schools in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Business Schools ranking.
The space is dedicated to use by Broad faculty and doctoral students who are studying human interaction and business.
From volunteering to organizing food and clothing drives, Broad Spartans continue to make their mark on the community.
Sriram Narayanan was recognized for his significant efforts in promoting the employment of people with disabilities.
At the 2021 Warrington Lecture, O’Brien spoke on her career journey at Apple, leadership values and personal advice.
For two years, MSU undergrad and MBA students were victorious at the national Raytheon Technologies Case Competition.
Our handy gift guide will help you shop local and find the right gift from MSU alumni and student entrepreneurs.
On Nov. 11, O’Brien (B.A. Operations Management ’88) will virtually join Dean Sanjay Gupta for a fireside chat.
Conversations that matter: Leaders from Twitter, PBS offer advice and insights on critical business topics
The Broad College held two events featuring alumnae to support women in business and bring DEI front and center.
Two supply chain management seniors represent the Class of 2021 and share inspiring testaments to their Spartan journey.