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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.
Axia Institute research on global water safety receives international recognition 
The International Water Association has recognized work from MSU improving knowledge on water-related diseases.
Pung Speaker Series: Building a career based on value 
Paul Cook, two-time Broad College alumnus, shared advice for how MBA students can succeed after graduation.
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.
Broad alumnus recognized as one of Michigan’s best in wealth management 
Christopher Letts (B.A. Finance ’06) has recently been honored by Forbes, Hour Detroit and DBusiness.
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.
Collaboration is critical value driver for future of transportation industry 
A recent white paper from MSU and Maine Pointe shows collaboration as win-win for freight and supply chain management.
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.
Supporting global talent mobility 
Dean Sanjay Gupta has recently joined 62 other deans and CEOs in signing an open letter encouraging policy changes.
From Broad Spartan to Quicken Loans CEO, Jay Farner focuses on creating value 
Quicken Loans CEO spoke at the 2019 Warrington Lecture on his journey as the leader of the Detroit-based company.
Inspiring the next generation of female leaders 
The Advancing Women in Business event featured Broad Spartan alumnae to share advice and connect with students.
Discovering a financial anomaly: Low risk and high return  
Dmitriy Muravyev, associate professor of finance, has published a paper illustrating a financial pricing hiccup.
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.
What it’s like to be a woman in finance 
The Financial Markets Institute hosted the Women in Finance Panel Discussion on Sept. 26.
When a vision becomes a reality 
Dean Sanjay Gupta reflected on the journey of the Minskoff Pavilion project at the ribbon-cutting ceremony on Sept. 27.
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.
Michigan State University entrepreneurship program awarded GCEC prize 
2019’s Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers recognizes Michigan State University for second year in a row.
What does it take to be an entrepreneur? Broad alumnus says it’s all about passion 
Larry Gaynor (B.A. Accounting ’77), founder, president and CEO of TNG Worldwide, kicked off the Innovate State series.
Warrington Lecture to feature Jay Farner, Quicken Loans CEO 
Farner (B.A. Finance ’95) will be the featured executive speaker at the 2019 Warrington Lecture on Oct. 3.
Rowing for a reason 
Broad Spartans help raise $14,000 for the Women’s Center of Greater Lansing in the annual Capital City Dragon Boat Race.
MSU opens doors to business college's new pavilion 
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on Sept. 27 to celebrate the opening of the Edward J. Minskoff Pavilion.
MSU Conservation and business researchers partner to disrupt wildlife trafficking 
Supply chain management and wildlife trafficking faculty at MSU combine expertise to reduce global crime.