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Entrepreneurship at MSU ranks in the top 15 nationwide 
For the third consecutive year, MSU has been recognized as a leader for its undergraduate entrepreneurship program.
Empowering future female supply chain leaders 
Four undergraduate students were selected in a highly competitive process to attend the second annual WISE Symposium.
MSU’s world-class reputation for supply chain research 
We’re No. 1 for empirical research output, and our supply chain faculty hold leading roles at high-impact journals.
A Spartan-produced animated film is coming soon to Netflix 
Rohit Khattar, producer of Bombay Rose, shares a behind-the-scenes look into his passions for film and business.
Four years strong, Broad Executive MBA ranks in the top 10 
In Financial Times’ annual ranking, MSU is No. 9 among U.S. public schools and No. 17 among all U.S. schools.
An inside look into the success of Bell’s Brewery 
Matthew Moberly (MBA ’07) shares how the Kalamazoo-based brewery went from local secret to national favorite.
Spartans stay connected through events app and student newsletter 
Last month, the Broad Student Senate released two new online resources to help improve students’ accessibility.
Broad Spartans transform the future of business, together 
Our 2020 Annual Report, 'Together,' showcases how we continue to grow stronger and make progress for a better tomorrow.
Meet Rachel Harman: Representing Broad on MSU’s 2020 Homecoming Court 
Rachel Harman (B.A. HRM ’21) has created change on campus and exemplifies what it means to be a Broad Spartan.
MSU research exposes discrimination against Black women with natural hair 
Research from Broad’s management department reveals how today’s professional standards perpetuate racial bias.
Alumnus aids health care providers with free patient management software 
Derek Sanborn (B.A. Finance ’08), CEO of PatientStudio, is providing a solution to meet surging demand during COVID-19.
Broad alumni create MSU-themed specialties in virtual cooking class 
Yvonne Lo and Calvin Lai brought their love of food together for the ‘Stay Safe and Keep Eating’ event last month.
Broad maintains Top 25 undergraduate ranking; No. 1 for 10 years in supply chain 
Here’s the 2021 Best Undergraduate Business Program Rankings from U.S. News & World Report.
MSU Detroit Executive Forum to feature AI expert Manoj Saxena 
Saxena (MBA ’91) will explain how companies use artificial intelligence to navigate the business world’s new normal.
Meet the Broad College’s first MSU Foundation Professor 
Russell Johnson, professor of management, becomes the first Broad faculty member to receive this high scholarly honor.
Here’s where Broad Spartans interned this summer 
Whether virtual or in-person, Broad Spartans conquered changes to make business happen through internships this summer.
What are the keys to maintaining business during recessions? 
New research from MSU offers insights and trade-offs for strategic decisions made during economic downturns.
Quinetta Roberson joins MSU as next Hannah Distinguished Professor 
This month, she begins a joint appointment in the Broad management and College of Social Science psychology departments.
Sanjay Gupta begins second term as Broad College dean 
In this Q&A, Gupta reflects on his accomplishments over the past five years and considers what's next for the college.
MSU alumnus stars in P&G’s ‘The Look’ ad confronting racial bias 
In this Q&A, Michael Jones (B.A. Accounting ’13) talks about his experience in the ad and his advice to fellow Spartans.
Our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion 
Dean Sanjay Gupta outlines the Broad College's ongoing and planned actions to foster an inclusive environment.
AHLA Foundation awards academic scholarships to 7 hospitality business students 
A group of undergraduate Broad Spartans were awarded $2,000 national scholarships to continue their academic studies.
How social media amplifies political activism and threatens election integrity 
Anjana Susarla, associate professor, wrote for The Conversation on social media's role in shaping politics and protests.
Meet the MSU alumnae recognized as Detroit’s notable women in finance 
Four Broad College graduates were honored this year by Crain’s Detroit Business for their influence and accomplishments.
Experts weigh in: Permanent supply chain changes are needed, starting now 
A new white paper from MSU and Maine Pointe outlines supply chain vulnerabilities and how companies must rebalance.