Give to MILI
The Medical Industry Leadership Institute is committed to shaping the future of the medical industry and driving innovation through cutting-edge leadership education and market development. In 2019 MILI was recognized as an “Innovation that Inspires” by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). To continue our innovative and unique programming, financial support from our partners is critical. If you want to ensure that the programs and support to our students and Affiliates continues, please consider making a tax-deductible gift. Select the fund below to make a contribution.
MILI Student/Alumni Support (Fund 5295)
Donations made to this fund support MILI activities including events, seminars, student and alumni activities.
Carl N. Platou Leadership Competition Fund (Fund 6357)
Donations made to this fund provide student awards for the Carl N. Platou Leadership Competition which recognizes MBA students both for innovative thinking and outstanding leadership as future leaders for the medical industry.
Support the Platou Competition
Valuation Lab Support
Over the past 10+ years, the Lab has built a unique experience for students and has been a valuable service to innovators. The Lab is consistently praised by students and, for some, is the reason they chose the Carlson School of Management for their MBA. The Lab needs financial support to expand this already unique experience and increase its global impact. Financial support will allow us to create stable programs and offerings that will offer timeless benefits to the Lab community. Support will allow for students to expand their knowledge of international innovation, provide for professional staffing of programs, and support increased industry engagement.
Please make your tax-deductible gift today and help the Medical Valuation Laboratory grow.
Valuation Lab Discovery (Fund 6087)
Experiential learning support for students in the medical industry valuation laboratory course, (currently MILI course number 6995), for initiatives and educational experiences that facilitate market valuation of new innovations for the medical industry, and enhance the potential to bring new technologies to market.
Finch Fellows (Fund 20864)
This fund is to provide one-year of financial support to the graduate students who are annually named as Fellows of the Medical Valuation Lab.