Scott Johnson, Ph.D., is the dean of the School of Management (SOM). He discusses a wide variety of topics in this interview with UM-Flint staff writer Robert Gold.
University of Michigan-Flint student Ashley Knific will move her venture, Jobs 4 Moms, into the university’s Innovation Incubator later this month.
At the core of her organization’s concept is finding balance between raising a family and succeeding professionally. Knific aims to connect employers and employees, which will allow people to work from home and help employers find qualified staff.
The Hagerman Scholars are the face of entrepreneurship and innovation for the University and community. The program is a competitive student scholarship based on the student’s interest in entrepreneurship and innovation as well as their demonstrated ability to be accomplished academically. Students awarded this distinction will be expected to assist with Center activities, such as the Business Plan Competition and the High School Entrepreneurship Institute. Hagerman Scholars are expected to be involved with the Student Entrepreneurs Society and the Innovation Incubator. Hagerman Scholars will also serve as ambassadors for the Center through its various activities and outreach efforts.
The School of Management is proud to announce a leadership gift of $2 million from the Hagerman Foundation on behalf of the Philip and Jocelyn Hagerman. The gift is the largest single donation to the School of Management, and will create the Hagerman Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation...
With smart phones and tablets now commonplace, is technology changing how people shop? Is it changing how retailers reach out to shoppers? Syagnik Banerjee, associate professor of marketing, delves into the latest trends in a recent interview.