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Broad Senate Volunteer photo
From volunteering to organizing food and clothing drives, Broad Spartans continue to make their mark on the community.
The prestigious list of 50 diverse and influential executive leaders features Stephen Harris (B.A. Accounting ’93).
The exterior of the Edward J. Minskoff Pavilion's atrium
This year, we welcome the next generation of college leaders to fill a blend of newly created and existing positions.
A student stands with a booklet giving a presentation in the Broad College.
Read highlights from this year’s MBP Multicultural Heroes Hall of Fame Case Competition, held virtually on Feb. 17.
Spartan Statue with a blue sky in the background.
Over his 42-year career, Betts pioneered programs based on diversity and inclusion for students in the Broad College.
Thirteen graduating Broad Spartans were recognized and celebrated at the 18th annual MBP End-of-Year Gala.
The Phi Beta Sigma Youth Workshop continues to make a difference in its 31st year, led by MBP’s Darrell King.
For more than 30 years, the Multicultural Business Programs has supported students and celebrated diversity.
This annual event helps Broad Spartans practice critical networking skills and connect with corporate leaders.
Undergrads Lauren Hurley and Gerardo Lucena represented MSU at the KeyBank Undergraduate Symposium in November.
The MBP undergraduate student organization held its 21st annual leadership retreat.
The Multicultural Business Programs at the Broad College is now accepting applications for its annual case competition.
The Native American and Hispanic Business Students hosted the Latinx College Day to connect with 150 high schoolers.
Dinner will give students an opportunity to practice their analytical and public speaking skills while networking
The event exposes Latinx high schoolers to college, business, and professional skills they can use in everyday life
The competition is open to all MSU undergraduates enrolled in spring semester 2019
Reception is an opportunity for MSU students to practice their networking and professional etiquette skills
More than 30 freshmen and sophomores completed the event, held Sept. 14-15
The MBP Open House is part of MSU’s Fall Welcome activities for incoming freshmen and returning students
This is the twelfth year the supplies will be donated to Shabazz Public School Academy in Lansing
MSU is welcoming largest, most diverse freshmen class ever with events to prepare students for professional success
Students worked on resume writing, interviewing, public speaking, and personal branding
At the event, students get the opportunity to network with over twenty corporate representatives
Students delivered a powerful presentation about Archbishop Desmond Tutu