Moving Mobility Forward: Telo Brings Idea to Reality
In the summer of 2020, with the eyes of the nation trained on the streets just outside our doors, Dean Sri Zaheer reaffirmed Carlson School’s commitment to foster a diverse, inclusive community and learning environment, in which all individuals can thrive.
With close to 700 first-year students and more than 350 transfer students, the undergraduate class of 2021 is the largest in school history, eclipsing the previous 2019 mark by more than 20 percent.
A revamped undergraduate curriculum is driving the future of business education.
Three people, three questions featuring: Professor Tracy Yue Wang, Chi Zhang, '22 MIMBA, and Morgan Kerfeld, '20 BSB.
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.
For its three-pronged approach to engaged scholarship that deepens the connection between faculty, students, and the corporate community, the Carlson School earned first place in the MidAmerican Business Deans Association (MABDA) Innovation Awards.
Make startup dreams a reality. The Carlson School will help. Experiential courses with world-class teachers. Mentorship from experienced entrepreneurs. Support via funding and competitions. A dedicated center for entrepreneurship. We provide students and alumni what they need to get ideas off the ground.
For the first time in MN Cup’s 17-year history, a student-led team won the grand prize at the largest statewide competition in the country. Nanodropper, a Rochester-based company that developed a device that reduces the size of eye droplets, was awarded the $50,000 prize at the MN Cup awards ceremony Monday evening at the McNamara Alumni Center.
To promote moral courage, integrity, and civic-minded leadership, the family of Thomas E. Burnett, Jr., ’86 BSB, is establishing a scholarship at the Carlson School of Management to honor Tom’s life, leadership, and sacrifice on September 11, 2001.
For her work on the COVID-19 Hospitalization Tracking Project, Professor Pinar Karaca-Mandic has been named a 2021 TRUST Forum award winner. The TRUST annually recognizes women and companies in health care who boldly transform the industry in remarkable ways.
The Carlson School launched its Analytics U program, a new, free week-long pathway program for underrepresented high school students that introduces students to how data science plays a critical role in solving real-world problems and impacts everyday lives.
For her many contributions to the Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota, community organizations, and more, Dean Sri Zaheer is the 2021 Career Achievement honoree for the annual Women in Business awards from the Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal (MSPBJ).