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5 Reasons to Get a Master's in Supply Chain Management
With a shortage of talent and the industry’s digital transformation, now’s a great time to develop the skills and knowledge you need to accelerate a supply chain career.
Graduate Students Vote for Top Professors in Carlson School Programs
Every Carlson School graduate student receives instruction and guidance from world-class faculty members. In recognition of faculty who have gone above and beyond, each year, students in their programs vote for the top professors.
Part-Time MBA or Online MBA: Which is Right for Me?
Here are three questions to ask yourself when deciding between a part-time MBA and online MBA. Plus, review common advantages of both for a comprehensive consideration.
An analytical approach to ethics in BA 2005
BA 2005: Business Ethics, Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability provides students a foundation to make business decisions in their future. By utilizing case studies and real-world examples, BA 2005 prepares students for whichever career path they choose.
5 Faculty Members Receive Promotions
The University of Minnesota Board of Regents approved promotions for five faculty members within the Carlson School of Management.
Zeke Jackson Named Tomato Can Loving Cup Award Winner
For his commitment to academic excellence, leadership, and community service, Zeke Jackson is the winner of the 2023 Tomato Can Loving Cup Award, the most prestigious award the Carlson School of Management bestows on an undergraduate student.
Commencement Ceremonies Celebrate Class of 2023
Though they looked much different than in past years, the Class of 2023 brought the same passion and excitement to their graduation festivities.
Joy Lindsay Receives Entrepreneur of Year Award
Joy Lindsay received the 2023 University of Minnesota Entrepreneur of the Year at the eleventh annual Founders Day celebration May 10.
In London, Students Build Connections and Confidence
A group of 20 Carlson School undergraduate students spent a week in London over their spring break, exploring the city and learning about international business practices. The trip was an essential part of IBUS 2021: Design Your Career in a Global Context.
How Rideshare Surge Pricing Impacts Complaints
Surge pricing in rideshare apps leads to more complaints from customers, which impacts drivers’ incomes, according to new Carlson School research.
International Trade Agreements Result in More Stable Currencies
International trade agreements create positive outcomes, such as more stable exchange rates for both partners, according to new Carlson School research.
Audit Alert: A New Way To Identify Corporate Insider Trading
New research reveals some public company leaders use their inside knowledge about audits to protect their personal portfolios from financial losses.