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MSU research to examine how and why board diversity matters 
Management professor Quinetta Roberson will lead a team to study the value of diversity in corporate governance.
Student-run consulting firm awards $5,000 scholarships to four first-year Spartans 
Meet Spectrum Consulting Group’s first batch of scholarship recipients, who were honored last month.
Introducing the Broad College’s associate dean for diversity, equity and inclusion 
Matthew Anderson, associate professor of accounting and information systems, will lead and expand college-wide efforts.
Big tech has a vaccine misinformation problem – here’s what a social media expert recommends 
Professor Anjana Susarla wrote for The Conversation on how social media companies can curb medical misinformation.
Broad MBA bolsters diversity, equity, inclusion efforts 
In partnership with nonprofit MLT, we have deepened our commitment to supporting the success of students of color.
For doctors using telemedicine, virtual bedside manner is crucial 
New research from MSU makes the case for empowering patients through hospitable virtual health care.
Supporting our APIDA and Asian communities 
Dean Sanjay Gupta shares a message of support for APIDA/Asian communities who are facing ongoing racism.
If Big Tech has the will, here are ways research shows self-regulation can work 
To better police misinformation, Anjana Susarla, professor, shares three ways social media companies can take action.
The business case for diversity, equity and inclusion 
Broad research not only illuminates how these values are the right thing to do but also how they boost the bottom line.
How Trump-connected companies profited from his presidency 
Broad research measures the financial gains for companies with connections to Trump prior to and during his presidency.
Broad faculty member inducted into Ph.D. Project Hall of Fame 
Matthew Anderson, associate professor of accounting and information systems, was recognized for his commitment to DEI.
Highlights from the 2020 Warrington Lecture  
Ray Scott (MBA ’02), Lear Corporation president and CEO, spoke with Dean Sanjay Gupta about COVID-19, DEI and more.
How disability diversity in the workplace can improve productivity 
The latest research from Broad’s Department of Supply Chain Management uncovers the dynamics of inclusive manufacturing.
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.
Our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion 
Dean Sanjay Gupta outlines the Broad College's ongoing and planned actions to foster an inclusive environment.
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.
Broad Spartans Stand Together 
Alumni are stepping up to overcome the world’s challenges amid COVID-19 and proving that without a doubt, Spartans Will.
Alumnus ensures child care services for nation’s first responders 
Mark Bierley (B.A. Accounting '88) is prioritizing services to help essential workers and their families amid COVID-19.
Putting safety first, alumnus prioritizes needs of Home Depot employees and customers 
CEO Craig Menear (B.A. Personnel Administration '79) has taken a multipronged approach in response to COVID-19.
Hiring your friends could mean better performance 
An MSU study finds that finance faculty selected based on connections perform higher, publishing 30% more research.
How medical videos on YouTube are failing to meet people’s needs 
Research from MSU offers guidelines to improve engagement and relevancy of YouTube videos on chronic health conditions.
MSU alumna testifies to Congress, advocating for better health policies 
Ge Bai (Ph.D. Accounting & Information Systems ’12) shared her expertise at a congressional hearing on Feb. 5.
Broad College alumna honored with Secretary of State Award  
Cecilia Zhuang (B.A. Supply Chain Management ’11) was honored with the 2019 Award for Outstanding Volunteerism Abroad.
A company’s good deeds can make consumers think its products are safer 
Valerie Good, marketing faculty, recently wrote for The Conversation about her work on corporate social responsibility.
The census goes digital – 3 things to know 
Anjana Susarla, associate professor, wrote for The Conversation on risks that come with online census data collection.