With expenditures in excess of $1 billion, research is central to U-M’s mission and permeates all 19 schools and colleges. And the Tauber Institute for Global Operations is no exception. Tauber is a proven example of promoting collaboration and interdisciplinary research initiatives that involve faculty and students from the College of Engineering and the Ross School of Business.
Or, visit our faculty page where faculty from the Ross School of Busness and the College of Engineering are listed. A database is included to foster intramural and extramural collaborations, and interdisciplinary research to expand knowledge. While this tool is not comprehensive of all faculty members, nor exhaustive of individual productivity or expertise, it offers a rich representation of research talent and knowledge within the preeminent research enterprise at the University of Michigan.
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