Pung Speaker Series: Planting the seeds to grow and transform a brand
Greg Longstreet, president and CEO of Del Monte, shared how the food company has reemerged as an industry leader.
Broad Spartans dominate third annual Burgess New Venture Challenge winner’s circle
Students presented their innovations ranging from sustainable clothing to electric bikes for the chance to win funding.
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.
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.
Burgess New Venture Challenge announces semifinalists for third annual competition
Meet the 2021 student entrepreneurs who have been selected as semifinalists, competing for $40,000 in total cash prizes.
Pung Speaker Series: Business and storytelling from the perspective of a Wall Street Journal columnist
John Stoll shares in-depth knowledge about journalism and household-name companies he’s written about.
Pung Speaker Series: How leadership and adaptability play a part in business transformations
Raj Gupta, chairman of Aptiv PLC, shared insights on what differentiates a strong, successful company.
Wealth management leader connects with Broad students in intimate fireside chat
Carla Harris, vice chair of wealth management at Morgan Stanley, spoke virtually to students about success on Jan. 19.
Pung Speaker Series: A crash course on success in the development industry
Edward J. Minskoff (B.A. Economics ’62) opened up to students about his success as a real estate developer.
Warrington Lecture to feature Ray Scott, Lear Corporation president and CEO
Scott (MBA ’02) will join Dean Sanjay Gupta in a virtual fireside chat for the 2020 Warrington Lecture on Nov. 5.
Detroit Executive Forum explores AI’s role in business
AI expert Manoj Saxena (MBA ’91) and Dean Sanjay Gupta discussed ethics and data helping businesses face the new normal.