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2024 Summer Impact Interns2024 Summer Impact InternsThis year, Business+Impact is supporting 21 students through its Summer Fund, and 36 U-M students overall in a variety of summer internship experiences.
Podcast: ESG — At Home in Europe and Soon, the WorldPodcast: ESG — At Home in Europe and Soon, the WorldIn this episode of Social Impact Design for Business, Jerry Davis of Michigan Ross' +Impact Studio interviews Kim Dabbs, Global VP of ESG and Social Innovation at Steelcase and best-selling author of "You Belong Here."
At UM or in India, Ross Students are Creating Community and Opportunity for People with DisabilitiesAt UM or in India, Ross Students are Creating Community and Opportunity for People with DisabilitiesIn 2023, Ross recognized the Business Leaders for Diverse Abilities Club as the Michigan Ross Club of the Year and DEI in Action, and just this past month, BBA Kayla Rothstein received a Ross DEI Award for her thesis on the hiring and keys to success for workers with intellectual and developmental disabilities, specifically in India. 
SPOTLIGHT: Gabriela Alvarez (MBA ’23)SPOTLIGHT: Gabriela Alvarez (MBA ’23)It's only been a year since Gabriela Alvarez graduated from Michigan Ross, but already she is making social impact waves as Senior Strategy Consultant at Accenture in Chicago.
Impact Studio’s First Prototype Demo Day Sparks Social InnovationImpact Studio’s First Prototype Demo Day Sparks Social InnovationThe Impact Studio hosted its first-ever “Prototype Demo Day,” — a day focused on showcasing prototypes for student ventures to various experts within the University of Michigan ecosystem and beyond, including leadership from the Applebaum Family Philanthropy.
Skip and Carrie Gordon Visit with Their Scholarship RecipientsSkip and Carrie Gordon Visit with Their Scholarship RecipientsSkip and Carrie Gordon visited with Robin F. Baker (MBA ’24), Jill Dannis (MBA/MS ’24, Erb), and Elijah Forrester (MBA/MS ’24, Erb)--recipients of this year's $7500 Gordon Scholarships.