The 2016 Summer Entrepreneurship Institute program will assist high school students with an interest in entrepreneurship to decide if this is a route they would like to pursue in college by engaging them in a series of life changing sessions allowing them to get a feel for the field.
The mission is to encourage entrepreneurial thinking and to assist students in learning about the process of starting and growing new ventures.
The School of Management at the University of Michigan-Flint will be expanding in 2016 with two new instructional departments.
The University of Michigan Board of Regents approved on Thursday, May 19, the addition of a Department of Accounting, Finance, and International Business, as well as a Department of Management and Marketing.
Both departments take effect in spring of 2016, and represent a major change to the way SOM is structured.
The Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi honors, by granting the title of Honorary professor of the University, the well-known researcher and professor in the field Finance, Seyed Mehdian, from the School of Management on March 31st in Iasi, Romania.
In 2008, Dr. Mehdian initiated the School’s cooperation with the Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration on a Student Exchange Agreement. Dr. Mehdian is also member of the editorial board of the Scientific Annals of Economics and Business, research journal published by this Romanian University.
Granting the title of Honorary Professor to Mr. Seyed Mehdian, is a recognition for his outstanding involvement in the field of Finance, for his efforts, initiatives and substantial contributions to the scientific knowledge, as well as for his involvement in the development of relationships with the academic environment from Iasi.
Vino Raj wants to bring entertainment to “a new level” in downtown Flint. And thanks to University of Michigan-Flint, his aspirations are closer to reality.
The UM-Flint graduate student is working with two business partners on a venture that would merge “different forms of entertainment, such as live action role-playing, puzzles, treasure hunts, and interactive team work.”
The School of Management is happy to announce the availability of Rosetta Stone Language software for all of its students. This software is available online in 30 major languages and for all proficiency levels. It can be accessed at home or on the two SOM Student professional development center computers.
School of Management students were inducted as new members of Beta Alpha Psi on January 29, 2016. Beta Alpha Psi is an international honor and service organization that recognizes high scholastic achievement in Accounting, Finance, and Information Systems. The goal of Beta Alpha Psi is the development of confident, ethical, and professional leaders. Faculty advisors to Beta Alpha Psi include Dr. Cathy Miller and Roz Nowosielski. Congratulations to our new inductees into Beta Alpha Psi!
It’s a story of love, success, and stickers.
Kayla Cornell was on a study abroad trip with the University of Michigan-Flint when she walked into a little shop she wished was hers. It was a small stationary shop, and the communication and marketing student thought that someday she wished she could do something like that.
It probably worked out well, then, that she was on the verge of being engaged to a guy whose passion in life is seeing people realize their entrepreneurial dreams.
The University of Michigan-Flint (UM-Flint) is receiving one of the largest donations in its history: a 16-story building featuring academic space, student housing and a conference center.
Uptown Reinvestment Corporation (URC) is donating the 340,000-square-foot Riverfront Residence Hall & Banquet Center to UM-Flint — a move approved Thursday by the University of Michigan Board of Regents. The donation is contingent upon completion of due diligence on the property.
Greg Laurence, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Management, focuses his research around employee health and well-being, with interests such as workspace personalization, workaholism, and work-family conflict and how these phenomena intersect with the experience of stress at work.
Recently appearing in Real Simple magazine, The Well Workplace is an article that focuses on tips for making your job and workspace healthier. Click more to see the article.
The University of Michigan-Flint School of Management (SOM) is unveiling a new major this fall as part of its burgeoning entrepreneurship and innovation offerings.
The Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management major blends the expertise of the school’s marketing and management faculty, and covers an array of issues, such as product design, business start-ups, technological innovation, marketing research, project management, and negotiation skills.