Enet Mukurazita, a PhD student, and Zeke Jackson, ’23 BSB, joined the DePodesta Fellowship Program earlier in 2023 and have both won grants of $75,000 to continue their projects.
Miriam Manna ‘24 BSB studied at the Stockholm School of Economics from January to June 2023.
Totaling almost 1,500 students made up of undergraduates, graduates, and PhDs, the Carlson School welcomes its largest and most diverse class yet.
Jeff Ettinger, the University's Interim President, reflects on his time teaching at the Carlson School with Professor Mark Bergen.
A search for a pet led to a life-changing journey for Tracy Keeling, the associate director of admissions operations for MBA and MS Programs.
Here's a quick breakdown of a class where Carlson School students learn to customize their college experience to get the most out of it.
Carlson Business Career Center staff and an alum discuss the benefits and pitfalls of using AI to help you navigate the job search process.
After a seven-year transition plan, fourth-generation Red Wing Shoe Co. CEO Allison Gettings, ’17 MBA, takes the family business by the laces.
The Carlson School's Medical Industry Leadership Institute (MILI) Valuation Lab shapes the future of med tech through an interdisciplinary approach.
The newly formed Institutional Advancement Student Board is working to build a culture of philanthropy at the Carlson School.
Craig Schmidt, '03 BSB, reflects on his tenure as the Carlson School's Alumni Board president for the past three years.
Hear from Carlson School students, Maitri Ajmera and Dylan Hansen, on how scholarships have helped them gain skills, experiences, and more.