Broad professor honored as 2021 Michigan Rehabilitation Services’ Champion of the Year
Sriram Narayanan was recognized for his significant efforts in promoting the employment of people with disabilities.
From Broad Spartan to Apple senior VP, Deirdre O’Brien focuses on people, ethics and learning
At the 2021 Warrington Lecture, O’Brien spoke on her career journey at Apple, leadership values and personal advice.
Broad women stand out at national supply chain competition
For two years, MSU undergrad and MBA students were victorious at the national Raytheon Technologies Case Competition.
Warrington Lecture to feature Deirdre O’Brien, senior vice president of retail + people at Apple
On Nov. 11, O’Brien (B.A. Operations Management ’88) will virtually join Dean Sanjay Gupta for a fireside chat.
Family of Spartans make business happen at General Motors
The Siteks work for the largest American automobile manufacturer, and each brings a unique perspective to their role.
Student-run consulting firm awards $5,000 scholarships to four first-year Spartans
Meet Spectrum Consulting Group’s first batch of scholarship recipients, who were honored last month.
Broad Spartans receive national scholarship for women in supply chain
Mallory Johnson and Courtney Palkowski were honored with the 2021 AWESOME Excellence in Education Scholarship.
Two years running, MSU’s Pi Sigma Epsilon chapter recognized nationally
Eta Beta, a coed business fraternity, has garnered a reputation for excellence, receiving multiple national awards.
MBA student stands out among Best & Brightest Class of 2021
Karthik Rai is honored by Poets & Quants as one of 100 strong graduates nationwide.
Broad Spartan is one of four to receive national scholarship
Rising senior Julia Lower was awarded the $10,000 R. Gene Richter Scholarship to propel her career endeavors.
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.