As a co-producer of Hadestown, Jennifer Melin Miller, ’08 MBA, became a Tony-Award winner for Best Musical, one of eight awards the production took home this year.
Madison “Maddie” Schwartz was named the 2019 winner of the Tomato Can Loving Cup award, the most prestigious award the Carlson School can bestow on an undergraduate student. Schwartz, who graduated with a marketing major and a leadership minor, worked tirelessly to improve the student experience at the Carlson School.
In its 100th year, the Carlson School welcomed more than 1,500 graduates to its esteemed alumni network at commencement ceremonies held Monday at 3M Arena at Mariucci. As students, the Carlson School’s Class of 2019 made an impact in our state that extends far beyond the classroom.
For Scott Peterson and other leaders in the Twin Cities, the Itasca Project helps address regional economic, vitality, quality of life, and prosperity for all.
As the chairman, president and CEO of Twin Cities–based Donaldson Company, Tod Carpenter oversees the development of filters that are used around the globe in nearly every industry imaginable. He took time out of his busy travel, work, and family schedule to talk to us about his business, his background, and why he loves living in the Twin Cities.
After feeling like she needed more business experience, Jessica Phillips Perez joined the Carlson Executive MBA (CEMBA) program to advance and shape her career.
Linh Peters, ’05 MBA, says her person-first approach is more than just a marketing philosophy; it’s a business practice that starts with her own employees.
After a career in the military, Shannon Gregory enrolled in the CEMBA program because of the University of Minnesota’s connections to the business community in the Twin Cities, its career services, and the seamless transition from the military to the corporate world.
Carlson MBA alum Scott Mays shares five of the most helpful lessons he's learned in his career so far.
Lawrence Murphy, ’19 MBA, and his wife had a child right before he started the MBA program. With the price of an education and his growing family weighing on his mind, he wondered how he could make it all work out financially.