Dr. Seyed Mehdian, a professor of finance in UM-Flint’s School of Management, has received a Fulbright award to conduct research in Romania in Winter 2019. This is the fourth time Mehdian has received a Fulbright award. Click MORE to read the full article.
Nurse Anesthesia student Jason Flowers took home first place last month in the Hagerman Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation Business Pitch Competition. Click MORE to read the full article.
Inspired by 1000 Pitches, an entrepreneurship competition from MPowered (a student entrepreneurship organization at UM-Ann Arbor), A Zillion Solutions asked students to submit an idea in up to three of the following categories: Art, Flint Revitalization, Engineering & Inventions, Green Solutions, Health, Mobile Apps, Product/Service Innovation, Social Media Solutions, Tech & Web, and University Improvement.
The University of Michigan-Flint School of Management’s part-time MBA program has been listed as one of the top Business Schools to obtain an MBA as a part-time student by U.S. News & World Report for 2018.
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"Students for Others" Donates to Flint Blanket Drive
Students for Others was created in MGT 347 when students were given a project to raise money, with a choice of splitting or donating it. In collaboration with the Genesee County Health Department, Students for Others raised over $500 and donated it to Commissioner Clack's Blanket Drive. Students for Others includes Janica Eskridge, Madison McCrum, Julia Bowman, and Cameron McIntosh.
Dr. Sy Banerjee's M-Powering Marketing in a Mobile World illustrates the processes by which mobile devices have transformed economies worldwide, the evolving face of Internet usage, strategies adopted by corporations, their applications in retail, emerging data and metric generation processes, as well as policy issues. It explains how mobile devices have become the market’s steppingstone toward an IoT-infused environment, a gateway for artificial intelligence–driven marketing processes and the entry portal for a potentially hyperautomated future of consumption.