Undergraduate News

Carlson Student Wins Heritage Japanese Language Speech Contest

Thu, 03/14/2019

Ryan Rogers recently won first prize at the third annual Heritage Japanese Language Speech Contest. His speech, titled “My Parents,” focuses on how he and his family ended up where they are now and wh...

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3 with Ties to Carlson School Crowned MN Cup Division Winners

Wed, 09/26/2018

MN Cup is the largest statewide new venture competition in the country that allows entrepreneurs and emerging companies to compete for seed capital and meet investors. The free, annual competition see...

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Creating Global E-Commerce for All, Big or Small

Tue, 09/11/2018

After dreaming of going into business together as students, alumni friends Alejandro Vargas and Mahoto Harada have teamed up on Lingble.

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B-Schools See A Rise in Stressed Out Students

Wed, 08/01/2018

The Carlson School is taking special care to address mental health among its student body and is one of the first business schools to introduce an embedded counselor as a resource.

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Nelson Awarded 2018 Tomato Can Loving Cup

Tue, 05/15/2018

Trevor Nelson, ’18 BSB, received the 2018 Tomato Can Loving Cup award, the most prestigious Carlson School award for an undergraduate student. Nelson was announced as the winner at the May 14 Carlson ...

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Undergraduate Students Finish Second in National Supply Chain Competition

Fri, 04/13/2018

The team took second in the competition that featured 16 of the top undergraduate programs in the country.

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2 Undergrads Land on Poets & Quants’ List Of Best and Brightest

Thu, 04/05/2018

Abigail Doeksen and Emerald Egwim were two of 100 business students chosen for the top programs across the country.

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