Q&E: Entrepreneurship a Way of ‘Spearheading the Charge Globally’
Building on its strengths and meeting student needs, the Carlson School has launched a new Master of Marketing degree program.
Two accomplished business leaders will bring a wealth of professional experience and expertise as new members of the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management’s Board of Advisors (BOA).
Among the Carlson School’s efforts toward a more equitable future in education is Emerging Leaders of Color, a unique opportunity for cohorts of high school students to experience and learn about business at the Carlson School.
As more businesses look to improve their diversity, equity, and inclusion policies, Ebbie Parsons and Yardstick Management are at the center of creating that global change.
Catherine Mathis is the Chief Communications Officer for McGraw Hill. In her career as a strategic communicator, she has previously held marketing and communications roles at Standard & Poor’s, The New York Times Company, and International Paper.
Bailey Bassett, ’13 BSB, recognizes the impact a robust and enriching Carlson School experience can have in launching a career. She credits her time at the Carlson School with opening doors and setting her up for personal and professional success.
Donor gift bolsters wellbeing resources for Carlson School graduate students.
McKnight Foundation’s support of experiential learning projects has major societal impact.
The way we shop has forever changed. A strong shift to digital, as seen during the pandemic, means a company like Best Buy has to adapt.
We know firsthand the incredibly strong and growing force women hold in philanthropic leadership—both within the Carlson School and throughout our communities.
What kind of person dedicates their lives to improving supply chains and lean production?
Female founders build startups with a style all their own.