Professor Pinar Karaca-Mandic focuses on designing better health outcomes through innovative, new technologies with a focus on people. We sat down with her to discuss the future of her field and how she’s using business as a force for good.
Spectacular Failures, a new podcast from APM in partnership with the Carlson School of Management, dives into the fascinating stories of how and why businesses fail.
For the second straight year, a team of students from the Graduate Volunteer Consultants (GVC) is helping the Minnesota Assistance Council for Veterans (MACV) on a business project that makes an impact in the lives of veterans all across the state.
Through her research, Supply Chain and Operations Professor Ximin (Natalie) Huang is uncovering insights into how legislation can encourage and optimize electronics recycling, starting with efforts in Minnesota.
Carlson School's Medical Industry Leadership Institute was named an AACSB 2019 Innovations that Inspire award winner for its unique approach that combines industry-developed courses, hands-on evaluation of today’s emerging technologies, and cutting-edge research into tomorrow’s innovations - all under the purview of brilliant faculty who have worked in every facet of the industry.
Assistant Professor Soumya Sen researched several data pricing solutions that offer the opportunity to bridge this digital divide and help Internet Service Providers (ISPs) extend their services to remote customers.
Research conducted by Carlson School Assistant Professor Le (Betty) Zhou shines light on just how much commuting stress influences workers’ productivity once they arrive at work after a stressful commute.
Professor Jiao Luo's research in Strategic Management Journal shows that might not be the case and pinpoints one industry where corporate giving serves as cover for larger problems: the U.S. petroleum industry.
The financial crisis of 2008-2009 provided a perfect opportunity for Assistant Professor Tjomme Rusticus to test the connection between bank competition and financial stability, as well as its impact on the crisis itself.
Professor Kingshuk Sinha Optimizes Pediatric Cardiac Surgery Operations in Remote Underserved Communities for Nonprofits
Throughout his career as a research professor of supply chain and operations management, Kingshuk Sinha has learned that whenever you have a demand problem, you have to look at the supply chain.