The center is committed to elevating the importance of ethics across our curriculum, research, scholarship and culture.
The Responsible Artificial Intelligence Institute named Anjana Susarla its 2021 Academic Leader for her key efforts.
Hospitality business juniors Live Cannella and Miquela Ochoa were recognized for their work centered on DEI.
New MSU research says CEOs who appear narcissistic during a crisis could be setting their organizations up for failure.
In comparison, when hospitals negotiate prices with insurance companies, they may not be aligned with affordability.
For more than 14 months, MSU hosted the Michigan Army National Guard during its nationwide pandemic response efforts.
Management professor Quinetta Roberson will lead a team to study the value of diversity in corporate governance.
Meet Spectrum Consulting Group’s first batch of scholarship recipients, who were honored last month.
Matthew Anderson, associate professor of accounting and information systems, will lead and expand college-wide efforts.
Professor Anjana Susarla wrote for The Conversation on how social media companies can curb medical misinformation.
In partnership with nonprofit MLT, we have deepened our commitment to supporting the success of students of color.
New research from MSU makes the case for empowering patients through hospitable virtual health care.
To better police misinformation, Anjana Susarla, professor, shares three ways social media companies can take action.
Broad research not only illuminates how these values are the right thing to do but also how they boost the bottom line.
Broad research measures the financial gains for companies with connections to Trump prior to and during his presidency.
Matthew Anderson, associate professor of accounting and information systems, was recognized for his commitment to DEI.
The latest research from Broad’s Department of Supply Chain Management uncovers the dynamics of inclusive manufacturing.
Research from Broad’s management department reveals how today’s professional standards perpetuate racial bias.
Anjana Susarla, associate professor, wrote for The Conversation on social media's role in shaping politics and protests.