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Dividend (Magazine of the Ross School of Business)
Dividend Historical Issues
Dividend, the alumni magazine of the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, publishes twice a year, spring and fall. For more than three decades, Dividend has strived to extend the value of a Ross School education by informing readers of business trends, faculty research, school initiatives and alumni activities. Dividend equips alumni with information about the school so they can serve as ambassadors to the wider community.
Alternatively, you can go to get issues from Deep Blue, the University of Michigan's Institutional Repository.
Periodically during its history, the Ross School of Business published its own yearbook.
NOTE: Links not working - will be updated soon (11-2-2017)
Annual Reports (1984-2001)
University of Michigan Business School Annual Reports 1984-2001
Find Books at MLibrary (Mirlyn)
MLibrary Search: Catalog
Search the collections of the University Library by keyword, author, etc. Remember that a catalog search is not searching every page, only the book's catalog information, so avoid using very narrow terms or lots of combined keywords.
Searches in U-M Library Catalog Search:
- These are searching the Bentley Historical Library books and archival material (as well as ebooks and print books in the main library).
- "Ross School of Business" in the U-M Library Catalog Search catalog
- "School of Business Administration" (for older items) in the U-M Library Catalog Search catalog
Tradition, Vision & Change: Business Education at the University of Michigan 1900-2000
Library Guide for Students (c1953)
Library Guide for Students
School of Business Administration, University of Michigan.
Booklet published ca. 1953 that showcased the services students could find in the Business Administration Library - the precursor to Kresge Library.