2020 MN Cup Winners Are U of M-Backed Startup
Last spring, as the U pivoted to online instruction to help slow the spread of COVID-19, Carlson School instructors and students found themselves adjusting and adapting at warp speed. The results were insightful—and for some, invigorating.
Our Faces of Carlson series showcases the perspectives of our inimitable students, faculty, staff, and alumni, highlighting what inspires them and makes them proud of their work and communities.
We asked Carlson alumni and faculty each the same three questions. Here's what they said.
This semester, Aisha Mohamed and Nini Dang, both ’24 BSB, became the first students to begin their studies at the Carlson School after participating in the inaugural cohort of the Emerging Leaders of Color program.
Liz O’Brien and Kevin Bubolz received national recognition for their outstanding work this year.
The Carlson School has added new programming to educate the state’s entrepreneurial community.
Three new degree programs and a suite of more than a dozen graduate certificates will make their debut at the Carlson School as part of its continued focus on expanding educational opportunities for recent graduates and established professionals.
In the wake of the murder of George Floyd and too many others, the Carlson School immediately began work to create a more welcoming place for students, faculty, staff, visitors, and more.
When the COVID-19 outbreak forced the University to operate virtually, the whole Carlson School community sprang into action to make the most of this “new normal.”
As our working lives continue to change due to the impact of COVID-19, it’s become more pressing to explore the way that AI and machine learning can help us work more efficiently.
The Carlson School will help researchers extend their thinking beyond their labs to potential markets by applying a strategic management perspective and the latest best practices for entrepreneurs.
Craig Samitt, the President and CEO of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota, discussed the future of the health care industry during the Carlson School of Management's 1st Tuesday event.