Five years running, Broad undergraduates recognized as Best & Brightest
Lydia Whipple and Noah Skrok from the Class of 2021 represent MSU on Poets&Quants’ list of 100 seniors.
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.
Broad Spartan represents MSU on first-ever advisory board for women in supply chain
Junior Courtney Palkowski will join students from three other universities to empower women in supply chain management.
Broad students awarded prestigious MIT scholarship
Four undergraduate students from the Class of 2020 have been recognized by MIT’s annual Supply Chain Excellence Awards.
Supply chain students share win at Rutgers University innovation competition
A team of undergraduate students tied for first place at the 2020 RBS Supply Chain Innovation Challenge.
Supply chain management student distinguished with national scholarship
Rising senior Charles Zhou has been awarded the $10,000 R. Gene Richter Scholarship to aid his studies at MSU.
Broad alumni recognized as two of Detroit’s rising leaders
Josh York and T.R. Hollis have been recognized by Crain’s Detroit Business on its 2020 list of 20 in their Twenties.
Students show resiliency in uncertain hiring environment
Broad Spartans are overcoming abrupt changes and challenges to secure jobs and internships for the summer.
Four years strong, Broad undergraduates named Best and Brightest
Sam Stevons and Jack Vaglia from the class of 2020 are recognized among Poets & Quants’ list of 100 seniors.
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.
Six Broad Spartans chosen to attend the 2019 Forbes Under 30 Summit
A diverse set of undergrad Broad College students were honored with scholarships and the chance to attend this event.
MSU Supply Chain team earns second place at WSU case competition
Four students studying supply chain management were recognized at an international case competition.