Whipple has been recommended by MSU Provost Teresa K. Woodruff to lead the Broad College of Business as interim dean.
Broad professor emeritus recognized for 10 years of service to Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program
Paulette Stenzel has made a lasting impact through mentoring and teaching Humphrey Fellows since 2012.
Alumna Anna Utley shares advice that has helped her navigate various roles and has attributed to her growing success.
Dalana Brand leads with bold vision, doubling down on the social media company’s diversity, equity and inclusion work.
The Responsible Artificial Intelligence Institute named Anjana Susarla its 2021 Academic Leader for her key efforts.
Through this student resource group, MBA student Pei-Chi Chen has shared her culture and learned about her peers.
Hospitality business juniors Live Cannella and Miquela Ochoa were recognized for their work centered on DEI.
Alumna Alison Gleeson put her trust in a disruptor company and found her career heavily involved in the tech industry.
The seventh annual Influential Leaders initiative recognizes 27 business champions of diversity and inclusion.
From volunteering to organizing food and clothing drives, Broad Spartans continue to make their mark on the community.
At the 2021 Warrington Lecture, O’Brien spoke on her career journey at Apple, leadership values and personal advice.
Broad alumna Sheryl Connelly, chief futurist at Ford Motor Company, illuminated her role in strategic innovation.
For two years, MSU undergrad and MBA students were victorious at the national Raytheon Technologies Case Competition.
Research from associate professor Lu Zhang shows how a restaurant’s physical space can impact consumer experience.
Alumna Arica Drummond-Clay discusses the transformative role HR plays at McKesson and how she supports 5,000 employees.
Four remarkable Broad College alumni are recognized by MSU for their career success and impactful community efforts.
Our handy gift guide will help you shop local and find the right gift from MSU alumni and student entrepreneurs.
Ranjani Krishnan takes on this role for Management Science, a top 20 journal valued by business school deans.
On Nov. 11, O’Brien (B.A. Operations Management ’88) will virtually join Dean Sanjay Gupta for a fireside chat.