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The supply chain shapes our lives 
Spartan experts reveal why it matters.
Let’s talk challenges faced by women in business 
The latest Advancing Women in Business event featured Broad alumnae inspiring future female leaders with their advice.
Five years at the top: MSU has the No. 1 graduate supply chain programs 
The Broad College of Business celebrates a milestone as home of the best supply chain programs in the nation.
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.
Broad vs. Broad case competition emphasizes DEI 
First-year MBA students analyzed Google’s culture and delivered insightful solutions for this Extreme Green event.
Broad Full-Time MBA Tech Trek goes virtual in 2021 
Broad MBA students gained insight into technology careers during this virtual winter break program.
Using adversity to improve ourselves 
Broad MBA student Blake Robinson writes about his role as president of MSU’s Black MBA Association.
Broad Full-Time MBA among top 10 programs in US 
Financial Times’ 2021 Global MBA ranking puts MSU at No. 9 among public schools and No. 5 in value for money nationally.
Award-winning alumnus inspires small business leaders in Michigan 
Jim Roberts (MBA ’96) continues to be a mentor and role model for people of color in business.
Broad Full-Time MBA ranked No. 1 in US for return on investment 
The Economist’s 2021 ranking highlights how Broad MBA students’ salary increases as they graduate from the program.
Broad MBAs take first place at 25th International Case Competition 
In a victory for MSU, five full-time MBA students outshone teams from top international programs at this annual event.
Taking a seat at the virtual recruitment table 
Here's how Full-Time MBA students have risen to the challenge and adjusted to the new recruiting environment.
The MBAA approach to socialization in 2020 
Hear how Broad Full-Time MBA students have maintained virtual connection in creative ways amid the pandemic.
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.
Pung Speaker Series: Giving business a human side 
John Roescher, cofounder and CEO of Handsome, discussed human-centered business and holistic design.
Pung Speaker Series: How finance plays multiple roles in tech start-ups 
Pete Godbole (MBA ’90), CFO of Hearsay Systems, shared insights from the ever-changing tech industry.
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.
Spartners? Support for Broad MBA students and partners 
An inside look into a new student organization that supports families and partners of current Full-Time MBA students.
Pung Speaker Series: Managing sustainability in packaging during a pandemic 
David Feber (B.S. Civil Engineering ’94) kicked off the first lecture of the 2020-21 Roy S. Pung Series.
The virtual experience as a Broad MBA 
Varun Garla (MBA '21) writes about his experience in the Full-Time MBA program and the transition to remote learning.
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.
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.
Making the most of a virtual summer internship experience  
Hear from Mike Rose (MBA '21) about his virtual internship experience with the Federal Reserve.
Broad College women stand out among graduating class as ‘MBAs to Watch’ 
Three MBA students from the Class of 2020 were honored on Poets & Quants’ annual list of graduates.
Finding a unique way to honor the end of a successful academic year 
The Full-Time MBA program honored students, faculty and staff in its annual Community Honors ceremony on April 16.