The Ross School of Business is featured on the QS World University Rankings for MBA programs for four of its specialties including marketing, technology, consulting and information management. The rankings were released Tuesday.
The Business School placed eighth on the top 10 lists for marketing and technology, ninth for consulting and 10th for information management. The Business School ranked in the top 10 in these four specializations out of the seven specializations given rankings by the website.
Approximately 150 students, faculty and community members were in attendance for a series of performances in an event titled “Young, Latinx and Proud” hosted by the Latin@ Culture Show and sponsored by Department of American Culture and Latino/a Studies on Thursday night. The event featured several groups that presented dances and songs from different Latinx cultures.
LSA senior Karen Garcia, one of the organizers, said the show takes a lot of careful planning beginning in the fall.
Approximately 150 students, faculty and community members attended a special public session with the President’s Commission on Carbon Neutrality Tuesday in Rackham Auditorium. Featuring University President Mark Schlissel as the main speaker, the event was moderated by three commission members: Jonathan Overpeck, dean of the School for Environment and Sustainability; Engineering junior Logan Vear; and Rackham student Austin Glass.
Offering donuts, candy and engaging conversations, the University of Michigan's Islamic Society of Ahl-ul-Bayt, along with the Muslim Students’ Association, hosted a “Meet a Muslim” table in Mason Hall Wednesday to open dialogue between Muslim and non-Muslim students on campus. The event is part of a series of events hosted by ISA during their Muslim Engagement week.
The Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office released an alert Tuesday detailing a new phone and email scam being sent to county residents. According to the alert, the scam impersonates a Sheriff’s Office employee asking for personal donations or gifts to be sent.
Following hisresignation as interim president of Michigan State University, John Engler and his attorney, Seth B. Waxman, sent a letter to the office of the Attorney General Dana Nessel detailing the biases of the office against Engler in their investigation of Larry Nassar, according to a Detroit Free Press report.
Around 20 people were in attendance for a rally held this Wednesday on the Diag by the International Youth and Students for Social Equality (IYSSE) — the youth and student wing of the Socialist Equality Party — in protest of the jailing of Chelsea Manning, former U.S. Army Intelligence officer.
After serving four years as the vice president of the National Basketball Association, University of Michigan alum Li Li Leung will serve as the president and CEO of USA Gymnastics, according to a Click On Detroit report.
In a statement for USA Gymnastics, Leung said she looks forward to leading an organization she is passionate about.
The University of Michigan Board of Regents convened for their first meeting of the semester Thursday. Prior to a sharing of public comments, the board presented successes in research as well as several renovation proposals.