Alumni Welcome

Dear School of Management Alumni:

One of our goals in the School of Management at the University of Michigan-Flint is to enhance the value of your degree.  Our rankings and recognitions build recognition for both current students and alumni.  For example, the most recent U.S. News and World Report ranks our part-time MBA program as number two in the state of Michigan.  This is a signal to alumni, students, and potential employers that we have excellent educational opportunities and that our alumni are successful.  The Princeton Review, CEO Magazine, and Business Week magazine have also recognized our programs as having national standing.  This is something to be proud of and we want our alumni to recognize that we are committed to a path of continuous improvement.

Sincerely,

Scott D. Johnson, Ph.D.
Dean

SOM ALUMNI NEWS & EVENTS

Are you wanting to reconnect with your previous classmates and professors? Join the School of Management's alumni evening featuring a presentation from Dr. Shichun (Alex) Xu at Churchill's Food and Spirits for networking and appetizers! This event is free and we politely ask for attendees to RSVP. Dr. Xu will have a presentation on "Grabbing a Bigger Slice of the Pie: The ins and outs of R&D alliances" and afterwards have a Q&A.

Register

Date: Friday, March 22, 2019
Time: 5:30-6:30 PM
 
Questions or concerns? Please contact Anna Swartz at annas@umflint.edu

 

Join us April 5th, 2019 for the third annual Entrepreneurs Society Dinner. This evening of networking for young entrepreneurs will be held at the Northbank Center, in the Grand Ballroom at 6:00PM. [Campus Map]

Event is free to attend, but space will be limited. Register by April 1st to reserve your seat. Email Anna Swartz if you have any questions or concerns at annas@umflint.edu

RSVP

Alumni Visit - Jan. 26, 2019

UM-Flint graduate, Ziad Lajnef BBA '02, MBA '03, presented to a classroom full of graduate and undergraduate students and alumni about the ins and outs of internal audits like what strategies to use, talent and diversity of the team, and tactical planning and processing. He gave informative advice to, “Become data savvy. The more you’re involved and knowledgeable in the market, the better off you’ll be.” Click more to read the full article! 

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