Our student organizations compete in national competitions.
Our student's efforts outside the classroom have earned UM-Dearborn organizations multiple honors in national competitions.
The RBNA Hackathon challenged employees and students to collaborate around the theme of smart technologies in everyday life.
Study business at the University of Padua, where Copernicus and Galileo lectured. Celebrate the “spirited” life by driving a Vespa scooter down a cobblestone street among 16th-century buildings.
The College of Business’s Information Technology Management Association took 16 members to Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah to compete and participate in the 2017 Association for Information Systems competitions and conference April 13-15.
On April 1, the College of Business’s chapter of Beta Alpha Psi participated in the Midwest Regional Best Practices Competition, where they were judged in three categories: strategic planning, community outreach, and leadership development.
A team of four College of Business graduate students took fifth place at the Great Lakes APICS competition held in Illinois February 17-19, 2017.
The UM-Dearborn American Marketing Association Chapter competed in the AMA Collegiate Case Competition on Dec 7.
16 students from the UM-Dearborn Information Technology Management (ITM) Club participated in the 2016 Association for Information Systems International Competition April 1-3.
The UM-Dearborn Supply Chain Association chapter participated in the 4th Annual National Undergraduate Supply Chain Case Competition March 30-April 2.
Matthew Piotrowski and Ryan Koscielny were both recognized by Financial Executives International (FEI) Detroit Chapter as outstanding undergraduate and graduate students in Southeastern Michigan.
The UM-Dearborn AMA Chapter received commendable recognition at the AMA Collegiate Case Competition January 29.
Prof. Edward Williams and a group of three College of Business graduate students won an award for the best case study paper at the Industrial Engineering and Operations Management Society conference held in Dubai, UAE, March 4, 2015.
A team of five College of Business graduate students took third place at the Great Lakes APICS competition held in Chicago February 20-21, 2015.