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The UM-Dearborn Supply Chain Association chapter participated in the 4th Annual National Undergraduate Supply Chain Case Competition March 30-April 2.
IAB Education Foundation Partners with University of Michigan-Dearborn for First-of-Its-Kind Marketing Course
Kevin McKervey, an alumnus of the School of Management (BBA ’77) and a long-time member of the Board of Advisors, passed away. Kevin was the president of Clayton and McKervey, P.C., in Southfield, Michigan.
Continued excellence: ‘U.S. News & World Report’ recognizes part-time MBA program for seventh consecutive year
Big data is changing how business works. What are the limitations of big data? What are the security concerns? And where is big data going in the future?
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.
Our panel of experts will discuss how businesses can maintain a competitive value proposition in this new business environment.
Beta Alpha Psi members bring business lessons—and boxes and boxes of books—to Paul Robeson Malcolm X Academy students.
University of Michigan-Dearborn Marketing Professor Elif Izberk-Bilgin received the Best Article award from the Journal of Consumer Research.
Associate professor Donald Rossin is remembered for championing new and innovative teaching methods.
New Morpace and UM-Dearborn survey shows consumers not yet familiar with smart glasses.
Entrepreneurs wanted: 37 Michigan communities recognized for encouraging economic growth and development
What factors attract businesses to a state? What can Michigan do to further improve its ability to attract new business and create good jobs?
UM-Dearborn's College of Business has been recognized by The Princeton Review as one of the country's best business schools for the seventh consecutive year.
Students, nonprofits partnered together this summer to tackle issues facing southeast Michigan's nonprofit organizations.
News from the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs: Campus grant applications due Oct. 15; $1.1 million in external funding received