The Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan believes in building a better world through business by developing leaders with a deep sense of purpose and ideas that generate positive change.
The William Davidson Institute is an independent, non-profit research and educational organization guided by its founding principle that thriving businesses drive economic development and improve social welfare in low- and middle-income countries.
A partnership between the School of Natural Resources and Environment and the Ross School of Business, the Erb Institute is committed to creating a socially and environmentally sustainable society through the power of business.
The Zell Lurie Institute provides access to capital, competitions, entrepreneurial networks, and other means of significant support and resources allowing students to take the knowledge learned in the classroom, and launch a new venture while earning their undergraduate or graduate degree.
The Center for Positive Organizations’ mission is to inspire and enable leaders to build high-performing organizations that bring out the best in people.
The Tauber Institute for Global Operations’ mission is to empower leaders to solve operations and technology-based challenges through a multidisciplinary, action-oriented education, global industry partnerships, and a dynamic community to create positive impact.
NextBillion’s goal is to stimulate discussion, raise awareness and provide a platform for sharing ideas that improve the lives of the poor and reshape entire economies.
Serving students across nine academic programs at the Ross School of Business and offering several programs for the entire Michigan student body, the Sanger Leadership Center thrives in providing challenging and transformative experiences that develop students into leaders for business and society.