Johnson Brothers $1M gift will support underrepresented Minnesota students at Carlson School
For the first time in MN Cup’s 17-year history, a student-led team won the grand prize at the largest statewide competition in the country. Nanodropper, a Rochester-based company that developed a device that reduces the size of eye droplets, was awarded the $50,000 prize at the MN Cup awards ceremony Monday evening at the McNamara Alumni Center.
To promote moral courage, integrity, and civic-minded leadership, the family of Thomas E. Burnett, Jr., ’86 BSB, is establishing a scholarship at the Carlson School of Management to honor Tom’s life, leadership, and sacrifice on September 11, 2001.
For her work on the COVID-19 Hospitalization Tracking Project, Professor Pinar Karaca-Mandic has been named a 2021 TRUST Forum award winner. The TRUST annually recognizes women and companies in health care who boldly transform the industry in remarkable ways.
The Carlson School launched its Analytics U program, a new, free week-long pathway program for underrepresented high school students that introduces students to how data science plays a critical role in solving real-world problems and impacts everyday lives.
For her many contributions to the Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota, community organizations, and more, Dean Sri Zaheer is the 2021 Career Achievement honoree for the annual Women in Business awards from the Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal (MSPBJ).
For her “significant contributions to the science and practice of management,” Professor Connie Wanberg has been named a Fellow by the Academy of Management (AOM).
Second Harvest Heartland, a Twin Cities-based food bank, partnered with the Carlson School on an experiential learning project that tasked undergraduate students with developing a model to help the organization better understand where in the state resources, such as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), go underutilized.
Researchers in the Carlson School’s Information & Decision Sciences department are looking into aspects of social media to crowdfunding: where they form, how they work, and what impact they have on our lives.
During our recent AACSB Continuous Improvement Review, we pulled together just some of the many examples of faculty members who have tackled some of society’s most pressing issues.
Carlson School faculty members received national recognition from a variety of associations during the past academic year for their contributions to their respective disciplines.
There are many factors as to why the gap persists. One that’s been overlooked? The impact of beliefs and practices reinforced by the world’s major religions, according to research by Carlson School Assistant Professor Elizabeth Campbell and Traci Sitzmann, associate professor at the University of Colorado Denver.
That Prada handbag you just ordered online may change the way you behave in certain situations, according to new research from the Carlson School. Professors Vladas Griskevicius and Deborah Roedder John, along with Professor Yajin Wang, a former Carlson School PhD student, explored how owning luxury products can affect people’s both psychology and behavior