Hagerman Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation Business Pitch Competition

PRESENTATIONS: March 23, 2017 / 5:30pm

The SOM and Hagerman Center for Entrepreneurship and innovation sponsor a business pitch competition. We will award $15,000 among 3 teams which can be used to further develop their idea, launch the venture or in any way they desire! Business experts will advise winning teams and introduce them to investors. Plus, even if you do not win, just entering the competition will give you a great resume line and an incredible learning experience.

The competition is open to all  students and alumni.

New Program: Master of Science in Leadership & Organizational Dynamics

The School of Management is launching a new program for Fall 2017! 

Students will learn not only state-of-the-art theoretical underpinnings of leadership and organizational dynamics, but also how to strategically implement these theories through simulated “real world” applications and exercises in the classroom and the online environment. The M.S. program will allow you to work effectively as a self-aware, reflective change agent, armed with a deeper understanding of organizational dynamics and the knowledge to improve outcomes, while employing leadership practices that will help you guide your organization to success.

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Alumni Meet and Greet

University of Michigan-Flint 
Alumni Meet and Greet

with Dr. Yener Kandogan, Associate Dean, School of 
Management and Dan Adams, Director of International Center.

When: Thursday, March 2nd from 6-9PM 
Where: Courtyard Riyadh Olaya, 2759 Olaya District, Mousa Bin Nussair St.
 

We are Hiring!

The UM-Flint School of Management is seeking a highly qualified and motivated Graduate Student Staff Assistant to support Advising starting in Spring 2017.  The position is for 8 hours per week.  Training will be provided by SOM Advisors during Spring/Summer 2017, plus hands-on-training with supervision.

UM-Flint Makes Princeton Review’s Top Business School List

The University of Michigan-Flint’s School of Management ranked as one of the Best Business Schools in the Midwest for 2017.

The School of Management was selected along with 294 other business schools by the Princeton Review.

“We are very pleased to once again be recognized by The Princeton Review as one of the Best Business Schools in their 2017 publication. The methodology consists of The Princeton Review conducting a nationwide survey of enrolled business students,” said Scott D. Johnson, Dean of the School of Management. “This is a nice confirmation for us that our students perceive our offerings to be high quality. It is an important external validation for our excellent faculty and staff.”

UM-Flint SEI Summer Camp Students Explore Entrepreneurship

The Hagerman Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation held its Summer Entrepreneurship Institute camp for the first time on July 12-14.

High school juniors and seniors spent three days learning about multiple aspects of entrepreneurship, business, and marketing. The camp aims to help high school students understand entrepreneurship and the excitement surrounding new ventures that can solve real problems.

International Students At UM-Flint Global Advocates for Vehicle City

This past year, there were more than 700 international students attending UM-Flint – the most they have ever hosted.

“We are an international campus that has been progressing over the past decade,” says Dan Adams, International Center Director. “The reality is that having this identity isn’t just our students. It happens with the curriculum and student life make-up; it’s a matter of embracing what is here now. Diversity means nothing; it’s really about what you do with it. It’s how you incorporate it into your everyday life, your student and professional lives, your friendships and relationships.”

And UM-Flint is not short on diversity. Students hailing from China, India, South Korea, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Jamaica and even more countries decide to live, work, study and play in Flint.

Hagerman Student Scholars selected for the 2016-2017 Academic Year

The Hagerman Student Scholars program has been expanded for the 2016-2017 academic year by adding two additional students to the lineup for its annual Hagerman Student Scholar Award. The Hagerman Student Scholar award was created in 2015 to support future entrepreneurs. Hagerman Student Scholars become ambassadors of the Hagerman Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation located inside the School of Management.

Top 11 Resources at the UM-Flint School of Management

The School of Management is full of great resources for its students. From helping students figure out their schedule to finding employment, there are resources to help students at any point in their college career. Check out  the top eleven resources that the School of Management offers.