We are proud to announce this academic year's Board Fellows and Nonprofit Organizations. This program runs from October to April.
This year's $5000 recipients of the Skip and Carrie Gordon Scholarships for their involvement in impact activities while studying at Ross are Tim Carter, Apoorva Kanneganti, Christopher Owen, and Nathan Stevens.
Bill Brinkerhoff and Kathy Sample studied at U-M Business School in the 80's. After traditional jobs on the east coast, they returned to Ann Arbor and started Argus Farm Stand.

Important Dates

  1. Restoring Worker Power in an Age of Shareholder Primacy

    October 25 @ 5:00 pm - 6:15 pm
  2. Envisioning the Future: Business as Creators

    October 26 @ 9:00 am - 10:15 am

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What is Impact?

From poverty to healthcare access, from sustainability to human rights, impact is a significant positive change that addresses a pressing societal challenge. Business has a place in transformational change, and its leaders must engage the public, private, and nonprofit sectors as well as diverse disciplines.

What Do We Do?

Business+Impact is a new initiative from Dean Scott DeRue aimed at making Ross the most progressive source of ideas and solutions for how business can address the global challenges of our generation. We aim to embed impact deeply into every core activity of Ross, including teaching, research, and outreach. As such, impact is not a silo, but it is part of the DNA of our business school.