Q&E: Entrepreneurship a Way of ‘Spearheading the Charge Globally’
Corporate America is at a crossroads. With creativity, intention, and purpose, employers can use lessons learned during the pandemic to design a workplace that works better for everyone.
The pandemic has blurred whatever tenuous boundaries may have once existed between work and life.
Among our greatest achievements at the Carlson School are the connections we have made to each other and to the school.
Despite the challenges the pandemic has brought to global learning and international experiences, the Carlson School, through the Carlson Global Institute (CGI), is still finding ways to connect students around the world.
Recent rankings show two of the Carlson School’s programs stand out among peers.
The Gary S. Holmes Center for Entrepreneurship and its flagship program, MN Cup, garnered national honors recently.
Four accomplished business leaders joined the Carlson School of Management’s Board of Advisors (BOA) this year.
Career services staff at both the Undergraduate Business Career Center (UBCC) and Graduate Business Career Center (GBCC) continue to work diligently to help Carlson School students land jobs upon graduation.
Titled “Business as a Force for Good,” the Carlson School’s new strategic vision positions the school for its next 100 years of business education.
Three people, three questions featuring: Amy Ma, ’21 BSB, Brittany Cardinal, ’23 MBA, and Ellen Trader.
Professor Mary Benner and Senior Lecturer John Molloy were named as two of the “Top 50 Undergraduate Professors of 2020” by Poets&Quants.
When the COVID-19 pandemic broke out in spring 2020, Carlson School faculty members turned to data to help inform the public about the severity of the virus across the country.