Dean Sri Zaheer Announces Plans to Transition to Faculty
On May 6-7, the Carlson School welcomed MBA alumni and friends back to campus to celebrate the inaugural in-person Reunion Weekend. MBA graduates celebrating milestones from their 50th to their 1st Reunion came together to reconnect, network, and learn from faculty and fellow alumni.
The Medical Industry Leadership Institute is recognizing three standout MBA students for the 2022 Carl Platou Leadership Competition.
Professor Emeritus Gordon B. Davis died on May 6 at the age of 91. Gordon helped establish the Carlson School as a leader in Management Information Systems.
Here’s a look at research powered by prestigious grants currently underway at the Carlson School.
Many U.S. universities face a lack of diversity among faculty. New research offers insight into how to keep graduate students in the classroom as professors.
After a period of pandemic slowdown, individuals in business are seeking new ways to connect with others. That link could be bridges, a study says.
What's the real worth of innovation? Overinflated company values during market bubbles can obscure the value of a new technology.
Over the last decades, the U.S. bicultural market has exploded in size. While companies are aware of this growth, many struggle with how to connect.
Chances are you’ve heard the term “government waste.” New research explores what makes government programs inefficient and potential solutions.
New Carlson School research details an under-the-radar risk growing through the rise of common ownership of banks among passive mutual funds.
Electronic health record systems are designed to help doctors save time. But what if the system contributed to a billion-dollar mistake?
The Carlson School community mourns the loss of Professor Emeritus Andy Van de Ven, a leader in the field of organization theory and management.