Johnson Brothers $1M gift will support underrepresented Minnesota students at Carlson School
To support underrepresented Minnesota students with financial need at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities’ Carlson School of Management, St. Paul-based Johnson Brothers is endowing a $1M scholarship.
Supply chains are complex. For public health clinics in developing countries, the complexities can have profound effects on people’s well-being. What happens, for instance, if a clinic runs out of an essential item, such as antiretrovirals or antimalarials?
When the COVID-19 pandemic erupted last year, the federal government sought to mitigate the effects of the economic downturn through the Paycheck Protection Program and stimulus payments to individuals. A decade earlier, during the financial crisis of 2008-2009, programs were established that allowed government to lend to cash-strapped businesses. But do such programs work?
Research by Carlson School Associate Professor Vivian Fang has uncovered an emerging type of social media post, one that shatters those stereotypes and shows how some companies are using social media to boost their prospects in a cunning and subtle fashion. Fang’s even coined a term for it: negative peer disclosure, or NPD, for short.
On the one-year anniversary of his death, the Carlson School of Management announced the establishment of a scholarship in memory of George Perry Floyd Junior.
In addition to offering in-person commencement ceremonies, the Carlson School provided a virtual commencement option for the Class of 2021, which launched May 24.
This week, the Carlson School’s degree programs were officially reaccredited through 2026 by the Association to Advance Collegiate School of Business (AACSB).
Committed to advocacy and service, Nate Taye is the 2021 winner of the Tomato Can Loving Cup, the most prestigious award the Carlson School of Management can bestow on an undergraduate student.
Four Carlson School students were named among the “Best and Brightest” of their respective Classes of 2021 by the business school news site Poets&Quants.
After a year away, the Carlson School’s commencement ceremonies returned to 3M Arena at Mariucci on May 16 and 17. Though it looked a little different, the usual pomp and circumstance filled the arena.
With the creation of a new, $50 million endowed scholarship fund, the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management is now better able to attract, retain, and train top scholars who will become future business leaders in Minnesota and beyond.
Building on its strengths and meeting student needs, the Carlson School has launched a new Master of Marketing degree program.