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Broad professor selected as advisor to MSU provost 
Forrest Carter, associate professor of marketing, will guide university leaders on long-term engagement with Detroit.
Spartans take second place at 29th Big Ten MBA Case Competition 
Four Full-Time MBA students reached the finals after a 24-hour live case with Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company.
For doctors using telemedicine, virtual bedside manner is crucial 
New research from MSU makes the case for empowering patients through hospitable virtual health care.
Meet Chef Corso, the Spartan alumnus taking outdoor cooking to new heights 
Steve Corson (B.A. Hospitality Business ’04) founded MONTyBOCA to help people eat well and enjoy the great outdoors.
The supply chain shapes our lives 
Spartan experts reveal why it matters.
MSU Formula Racing Team finishes top 10 in global competition 
The strength of a cross-campus collaboration led a team of undergraduate Spartans to victory.
Let’s talk challenges faced by women in business 
The latest Advancing Women in Business event featured Broad alumnae inspiring future female leaders with their advice.
Pung Speaker Series: A look inside the world of human resources 
Two-time Spartan alumna Mala G. Kashyap discussed her role as a human resources executive at Honeywell.
Five years at the top: MSU has the No. 1 graduate supply chain programs 
The Broad College of Business celebrates a milestone as home of the best supply chain programs in the nation.
How retailers can boost performance while expanding globally 
New marketing research from MSU is the first to offer practical recommendations for global retailers.
Pung Speaker Series: Seizing growth opportunities 
Spartan alumnus Craig Stevenson shared career advice and insights about his role as CEO for Scholl’s Wellness Company.
Extreme Green: MBAs serve up quality ideas for Wendy’s 
In this design thinking experience, students formed business solutions for the franchise-based quick service restaurant.
Supporting our APIDA and Asian communities 
Dean Sanjay Gupta shares a message of support for APIDA/Asian communities who are facing ongoing racism.
Student-run consulting firm offers scholarships for incoming Spartans 
Spectrum Consulting Group advocates for higher education and helps the local community with fundraising.
Introducing Broad’s M.S. in Business Data Science and Analytics 
Under a new name, this graduate program trains students to embrace data as a tool for leadership and success.
Broad vs. Broad case competition emphasizes DEI 
First-year MBA students analyzed Google’s culture and delivered insightful solutions for this Extreme Green event.
11th annual All MSU Sales Competition excels in a virtual space 
This year, 80 students competed virtually for a chance to attend the National Collegiate Sales Competition.
Executive MBA students experience business in India 
This year’s Global Marketplace blended virtual presentations from corporate leaders and in-person cultural activities.
Pung Speaker Series: A bird’s-eye view of consumer insights at Delta Air Lines 
Carol Campbell (B.A. Hospitality Business ’98) shared how she drives a customer-centric approach for this top company.
Broad Spartan represents MSU on first-ever advisory board for women in supply chain 
Junior Courtney Palkowski will join students from three other universities to empower women in supply chain management.
Broad College women among Michigan’s outstanding students in finance 
Financial Executives International honored Jordan Polk and Katie Montague at its 2021 Academic Awards on Feb. 24.
Broad professor emeritus recognized with Lifetime Contribution Award 
Joan Luft is one of the three MSU faculty to receive this distinguished award from the American Accounting Association.
Three years strong: Broad doctoral student honored as Deloitte Foundation Scholar 
As one of the top 10 accounting doctoral students nationwide, Sue Yang has a passion for research and education.
COVID-19 costs could push hospitals to rethink billions of dollars in wasted supplies 
Anand Nair, professor, writes about pandemic-triggered awareness of health care supply waste and where change is needed.
MSU and Forbes partner to host Chief Marketing Officer Symposium 
In a cross-college partnership, this event featured Spartan alumni marketing pros discussing current industry topics.