Global Management Education
The research agenda of the Carlson Global Institute seeks to understand how business and management students are impacted over the long term by their international experiences.
Alexejun, Kirsten M. and D'Angelo, Anne M. "International Experience Required: Lessons from the Carlson School of Management." Journal of International Education in Business. Vol. 6 Iss: 2, pp. 80-94.
D'Angelo, Anne M. "Globalization of Management Education: Changing International Structures, Adaptive Strategies, and the Impact on Institutions, Carlson School of Management as a Case Study." AACSB International Task Force Report (2010)
D'Angelo, Anne M. "Study Abroad in U.S. Business Management Education." NAFSA: Association of International Educators. April 11, 2011.
Assessment of Learning Outcomes
Learning outcomes for the Carlson School's education abroad programs are aligned with the University of Minnesota's Student Learning and Development Outcomes. We assess learning outcomes from our short-term and semester-length programs, using the feedback to adjust program design and instruction.
The Institute has integrated cultural learning in all its business curriculum abroad.
Online cultural learning modules for all short-term education abroad programs
An online Global Identity course available to all Carlson School students on semester-length programs abroad
Institute staff include facilitators trained in the Intercultural Development Inventory and other cross-cultural tools. For more information, or to explore cultural training for your workgroup, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.