Jamie Prenkert Announced as New Carlson School Dean
Jamie Darin Prenkert will be appointed as the next dean of the Carlson School of Management, effective July 3, 2023 and pending approval by the University’s Board of Regents at its December meeting.
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The strength of the Carlson School’s worldwide community of alumni and friends was on full display for Give to the Max Day. More than 300 donors, including more than 50 first-time donors, showed their support for philanthropic causes throughout the Carlson School on the University of Minnesota’s single largest day of giving, contributing a record-breaking $3.9 million.
There’s no shortage of activities to do in the Twin Cities. That’s good for consumers but poses a challenge for venues looking to attract visitors. To assist with marketing two recent exhibits, the Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) partnered with Carlson School marketing students to drive attendance at Dressed by Nature: Textiles of Japan and Van Gogh and the Olive Groves.
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Trevor Nelson, ’18 BSB, knew from an early age that he wanted to make a difference. He chose the Carlson School in part because it offered a nonprofit management major. But it was a seminar titled “Reality 101: A Survey of the Human Predicament” that cemented Nelson's path.
A Carlson School PhD student, Michael Park, ‘23 PhD, took home top honors at the INFORMS Organization Dissertation Proposal Competition.
The Carlson Global Institute (CGI) launches new business abroad courses in Morocco and Ghana.
The Carlson School hosted "Live Into It," the school's inaugural DEI-related business conference, and launched its new Center for DEI in Business.
Here's a quick breakdown of a class where Carlson School students work with engineering students to develop a working prototype for a client company.
Three people, three questions featuring: Lauren Sheibley '16 BSB, Carlson Senior Associate Director & Career Coach Stephen Glomb, and Anjali Bhagra '23 MBA.
Business leaders and experts from the Carlson School break down the impacts and discuss the hidden costs of the highest inflation in 40 years.