2020 MN Cup Winners Are U of M-Backed Startup
An award-winning smartphone app spearheaded by the Carlson School and the Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) is giving the healthcare industry an easier way to integrate healthcare data from patients.
BlueCube Bio, a company that is improving treatment for deadly diseases won the $50,000 top prize at the 16th annual MN Cup startup competition awards ceremony, hosted virtually by the Carlson School's Gary S. Holmes Center for Entrepreneurship.
Leo Cardoso, '12 MHRIR, shared five things that have been instrumental to his success.
Newman’s Own Foundation gift paves way for veterans’ success.
Donors come together to help support those with greatest financial need.
Impact of class gift reaches further during COVID-19 pandemic.
As the CEO and president of one of the largest dental insurance providers in the nation, Delta Dental of Minnesota, Rodney Young understands the powerful impact businesses can have on the communities they serve.
Our commitment to serving all alumni, including our BIPOC alumni, is unwavering and driving innovation and change in the way we conduct our work.
These savvy alumni are building business models and products that can help their businesses—and their customers—thrive, even during a global pandemic.
Tomme Beevas (’11 CEMBA) is reinventing the way a restaurant can serve its community.
Jael Kerandi (’21 BSB), former student body president and Carlson School student, used her seat at the table to lead fellow students through COVID-19 and the murder of George Floyd.
How Morning Consult, let by Michael Ramlet ('09 BSB), is helping countries and companies navigate a world turned inside out.