Carlson School Priorities

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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

As the leading business school in one of America’s strongest corporate and entrepreneurial communities, the Carlson School recognizes its immense responsibility to educate future leaders to be anti-racist and fully inclusive.

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Supporting Students

Scholarships and fellowships strengthen the Carlson School by helping us to recruit exceptional students from Minnesota and beyond who will graduate as the next generation of business leaders, utilizing business as a force for good in their organizations and communities.


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Supporting Faculty

Carlson School faculty are field-shaping researchers recognized for their contributions to scholarship and innovation, as well as thoughtful, caring teachers,  who are shaping the next generation of business leaders.

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Dean's Excellence Fund

Flexible funding from the Dean’s Excellence Fund is available annually for the dean to use for their highest priorities to bolster the School’s core strengths and pressing needs as they arise.

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An endowment is an invested fund, which grows over time to provide a steady and reliable stream of financial support that bolsters our ability to meet the changing needs of the business community and our student body.

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Driven. The Campaign for the Carlson School of Management
Final Impact Report

See what the generosity of the Carlson School community has made possible through the Driven campaign.

View the report

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