This week we are celebrating recent awards and recognitions received by a few of our many outstanding alumni.
Last month, three students from the McCombs School of Business won the Michigan Undergraduate Investment Conference, the largest and most prestigious stock pitch competition in the nation.
First-year McCombs Ph.D. candidates Natalie Henninger and Nandini Ramani are among the 15 graduate students from across the university who were selected for the prestigious Donald D. Harrington Fellows Program.
For the next generation of entrepreneurs, Africa is a market that can't be ignored, but its future economic growth requires a uniquely developed skillset and mindset that is a top priority for the McCombs School of Business.
An award named for Jeanne Brown will continue to recognize high performing and dedicated McCombs School of Business staff members, thanks to an endowment by Brown's family.
With the new Business Foundations Program Online, an unlimited numbers of students will ultimately be able to learn the core concepts and fundamentals of private enterprise.
Miller makes it a point to teach students how to market themselves to the world. Here are his 10 principles of personal branding, which he delivers with his characteristic classroom vigor.
Alan Cline and Bill Wood shared advice for startups at the most recent talk in the Herb Kelleher Center for Entrepreneurship speaker series.