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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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Starbucks VP Knows the Power of a Person-First Approach

Wed, 04/10/2019

Linh Peters, ’05 MBA, says her person-first approach is more than just a marketing philosophy; it’s a business practice that starts with her own employees.

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Carlson School's MILI Named an Innovation that Inspires

Wed, 04/10/2019

Carlson School's Medical Industry Leadership Institute was named an AACSB 2019 Innovations that Inspire award winner for its unique approach that combines industry-developed courses, hands-on evaluati...

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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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Professor Myles Shaver Uncovers Why Business Works in the Twin Cities

Fri, 04/05/2019

Myles Shaver has researched extensively why the Twin Cities is such fertile ground for growing corporations into financial powerhouses. What he uncovered was so fascinating and informative that it was...

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Soumya Sen's Research Works Toward Closing the Digital Divide

Fri, 04/05/2019

Assistant Professor Soumya Sen researched several data pricing solutions that offer the opportunity to bridge this digital divide and help Internet Service Providers (ISPs) extend their services to re...

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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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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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Carlson Faculty Show The Dark Side of Corporate Philanthropy Reputation Insurance

Wed, 03/13/2019

Professor Jiao Luo's research in Strategic Management Journal shows that might not be the case and pinpoints one industry where corporate giving serves as cover for larger problems: the U.S. petroleum...

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Assistant Professor Tjomme Rusticus Weighs the Benefits of Competition for the Banking Industry

Mon, 03/04/2019

The financial crisis of 2008-2009 provided a perfect opportunity for Assistant Professor Tjomme Rusticus to test the connection between bank competition and financial stability, as well as its impact ...

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Professor Kingshuk Sinha Optimizes Pediatric Cardiac Surgery Operations in Remote Underserved Communities for Nonprofits

Mon, 03/04/2019

Throughout his career as a research professor of supply chain and operations management, Kingshuk Sinha has learned that whenever you have a demand problem, you have to look at the supply chain.

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