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Tour of the Ross School of Business

Jun 09, 2021
Welcome to Rice's main lobby called the Winter Garden. You can notice that the copper color runs throughout the building and this was intentional. Copper is a theme and even the rug was made to look like a copper patina. Behind me you can see what a copper plate it is. the shuron river that runs through ann arbor another thing about

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is that it doesn't look like a traditional classroom building it was actually made to look like a corporate headquarters so students could maintain a

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mindset for those of you who don't are from Michigan, you might be worried about the harsh winters here, well Ross took that into account when designing the building with these huge glass roofs that let in just a little bit of natural light so you can endure the harsh winters outside.
tour of the ross school of business
The robertson auditorium is the scott stewart lobby or as we like to call it the horse lobby, it is home to many company networking events throughout the year and adds to the many works of art throughout the Ross building. Robertson Auditorium is the largest auditorium in Ross and is used for large events such as conferences and guest speakers. series

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always has interesting guest speakers to share their professional experiences, there is a misconception that since u of m has 45,000 students, all of our classrooms are huge; in fact, classes are rarely held here, they are only for the big main events and later we will show you what the smaller regular classrooms look like.
tour of the ross school of business

More Interesting Facts About,

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Almost all of your classes at Ross will be held in a room like this and will rarely have more than 60 people, so you'll have great one-on-one interaction with your professors. The Ross Building is filled with works of art, including this painting by Stephen M. Ross himself, for whom the

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is named. This artwork was intentionally placed around the building to feed the creative sides of the students so they feel like studying. Ross has a unique cafe offering hot breakfasts and easy lunches. grab-and-go options if you need a little caffeine to keep you going or want to improve your

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instead of coffee.
tour of the ross school of business
Starbucks has you covered and saved me during many late night group projects. The Tassie Center is Ross's state-of-the-art financial and commercial centre. The computers you see here have software for analyzing stocks and portfolio management. Additionally, we have full-time experts who can help you find Bloomberg data and certifications. There are multiple Bloomberg terminals here, so if you're interested in finance, Tasi is the place to be. Both the basement and first floor of Ross have tons of study rooms that you can book individually or in groups. The screens here are perfect for making presentations and group projects, but you can also reserve them individually up to two weeks in advance to keep students healthy.
tour of the ross school of business
Ross even has its own gym, as you can see the external gym has all the equipment you could want and offers access to personal trainers and fitness classes. the conservatory is truly the heart of ross, there are tons of tables and when there's not a pandemic it's absolutely packed with students, it's the noisiest area of ​​ross but it's great for a quick break or hanging out with friends . The basement and first two floors are where all student activity occurs, while the second floor houses many classrooms. Scott Drew is also home to the dean's office; he insisted that he be close to all the student action, so he placed his office on the second floor.
The third through fifth floors of Ross are mostly faculty offices, but there are some hidden gems. First, we have this. The incredible sky bridge overlooking the winter garden and basement and the end of the bridge takes us to the Zell Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurship. This amazing center is fantastic if you are interested in starting your own business one day and offers funding for students' ideas. famous for the Michigan Business Challenge, which provides over a hundred thousand dollars in funding for student ideas. Another third-floor gym is the Payton Accounting Center, named after William Payton, a former U of M professor and considered one of the founding fathers of accounting.
Education The Payton Accounting Center offers funding and honors through its programs, such as the Payton Fellow Scholarship, Top Scholars, Doctoral Scholars, and the Honorary Payton Fellow Award. This center is just one of the many reasons why Ross's Mac program and accounting doctorate program are some of the best. Ranked in the world for the best view of campus, come to the sixth floor. We're here at the Ross Colloquium, which is a large border that is used for many presentations, as well as some marketing symposiums and graduation ceremonies. Welcome to the Kresge Plow Building. even though they have separate names they are actually one big building that is put together for example right now I am standing in gretzky but as soon as I cross this line I am in black so the classrooms and Christ games look a little Unlike classrooms and Ross, they have moveable tables as well as whiteboards and cool screens for presentations, so you can come here and collaborate creatively with a great team.
One of the best parts about Ross is that you don't even need to go outside. The building to get a job this year is one of our 20 interview rooms in the Kresge building and this is where you can do a virtual interview, an on-campus interview or even just a coffee shop with an employer; It's pretty hard not to. The best thing is that you are looking at our beautiful patio. Here we are in the beautiful Ross courtyard where you can go out and make friends with the squirrels or just enjoy some fresh air between your classes and you can also enjoy the shade of our beautiful tree. which has been here for over 200 years, across the hall from the interview rooms, is the graduate admissions office where our wonderful admissions team works and here's another little secret here at gretzky if you're ever tired of the noise and the hustle and bustle of the The winter garden behind me is the lesser-known quiet study room for when you need just hours of continuous concentration for your projects.
Here is the business

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s library, also known as the Kresge Library. Now there are no physical books on display, but it is one of the most important in the world. The best digital libraries and all the staff here are very knowledgeable and can help you sift through any database to find the research you need for the best business reports in case Starbucks isn't giving you the caffeine fix you need to complete your studies. we have the famous Zingerman's cafe in Ross and below us is the large executive dining room where the executives and weekenders eat their food, but it is also sometimes open to the public in case you ever want a good meal while you are in Ross in the back. of plow is the beautiful executive residence, conference and learning center where executives and weekend students spend their time learning.

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