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Carlson School Students Partner with MACV to Fight Veteran Homelessness

Fri, 04/19/2019

For the second straight year, a team of students from the Graduate Volunteer Consultants (GVC) is helping the Minnesota Assistance Council for Veterans (MACV) on a business project that makes an impac...

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Donaldson Company CEO Tod Carpenter Makes Big Impact With Little Fuss

Thu, 04/18/2019

As the chairman, president and CEO of Twin Cities–based Donaldson Company, Tod Carpenter oversees the development of filters that are used around the globe in nearly every industry imaginable. He took...

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CGI Gives Students Opportunities to Partner with Businesses at Home and Abroad

Wed, 04/10/2019

Through CGI, companies host students at their international headquarters to get an inside look at global operations. Meanwhile, throughout the Twin Cities and abroad, students participate in learning ...

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Executive MBA Program Allows Alum to Unlock Her Full Potential

Wed, 04/10/2019

After feeling like she needed more business experience, Jessica Phillips Perez joined the Carlson Executive MBA (CEMBA) program to advance and shape her career.

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New Guiding Principles Help Undergraduates and Staff Transform Values Into Action

Mon, 04/08/2019

Associate Dean Raj Singh developed three guiding principles for undergraduate students, professors, and staff to empower them to take purposeful action on campus and in their careers.

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Aaron Sojourner Helps Minneapolis Public Schools Invest in Their Students

Mon, 04/08/2019

Associate Professor Aaron Sojourner and a team of researchers worked with Minneapolis Public Schools to identify research questions that could significantly improve students outcomes.

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Nick Alm Tackles LGBTQ Employment Issues Around the Globe

Mon, 04/08/2019

Nick Alm co-founded Mossier Social Action and Innovation Center. The social enterprise addresses LGBTQ employment issues around the globe.

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Carlson School Research Explains How Commuting Can Be Bad for Business

Thu, 04/04/2019

Research conducted by Carlson School Assistant Professor Le (Betty) Zhou shines light on just how much commuting stress influences workers’ productivity once they arrive at work after a stressful comm...

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CEMBA Provides Veterans with Business Tools Needed to Succeed

Tue, 03/26/2019

After a career in the military, Shannon Gregory enrolled in the CEMBA program because of the University of Minnesota’s connections to the business community in the Twin Cities, its career services, an...

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Carlson Undergraduate Simran Mishra Creates Opportunities to Practice Leadership

Tue, 03/26/2019

As the University’s student body president, Carlson School student Simran Mishra represents the University’s 30,000 undergraduate students. She advocates on their behalf in front of legislators and ad...

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