National Search for Dean

Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota

The University of Minnesota is conducting a national search for dean of the Carlson School of Management. A search committee has been named by the executive vice president and provost. The University has engaged the national search firm Korn Ferry to assist the search committee in the recruitment and screening of candidates. A position profile will be posted soon.

Application and Nomination Information

Confidential inquiries, nominations, and application materials should be directed to Korn Ferry at CSOM-Dean@Kornferry.com.

Comments

Please provide comments to inform the development of the position profile for the Carlson School of Management dean search and to support recruitment of an outstanding pool of candidates. 

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Listening Sessions 

Listening sessions were held on Zoom in May to provide opportunities to give input on the position profile and search process. The faculty and instructional staff session was on May 17; the staff session was on May 18; and the student session was on May 17.

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Position Profile

The position profile for the Carlson School Dean will be posted in mid-2022.
 

Search Committee

The committee will work with the external consultants, engage in listening sessions with various constituencies, develop a position profile that reflects this broad input, and recommend a small pool of public finalists.

About the Carlson School

Based in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, the Carlson School is a leader in business education and research.

About the University of Minnesota

The flagship of the University of Minnesota System, the Twin Cities campus is Minnesota’s only land-grant university and one of the most prestigious public research universities in the nation.

Contact Information 

 

For more information about the search process, please contact Laura Negrini and Kate Tyler at umn-csomsearch@umn.edu.

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