Jamie Prenkert Announced as New Carlson School Dean
Professor Alfred Marcus is being honored for his decades-long commitment to researching the intersection of environment and business.
Linh Peters, ’05 MBA, senior vice president and chief marketing officer at Walgreens, will officially join the Board of Advisors at the fall meeting in October. Peters is a two-time University of Minnesota graduate.
A recent Carlson School grad’s research is helping a Minnesota telehealth network create strategies to raise awareness about mental health services.
The Carlson School joins UMN Crookston as a proud partner to offer select degrees to Huntington Bank employees at a preferred tuition rate.
Renielle (Reni) Lira is on a mission to better healthcare in Brazil. The current phase of that journey has the South American in Minneapolis with the Carlson School’s Medical Industry Leadership Institute (MILI). Her visit is part of the Young Leaders of the Americas Initiative (YLAI) Fellowship, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State with funding provided by the U.S. Government and administered by IREX.
Lexy Ramler is the most decorated gymnast in Gopher history. But this Carlson School student hasn't finished making her mark.
Whether you’re looking to make a career shift or take the next step up in your career, a master’s degree in human resources can be the boost you need to fill those dynamic roles.
For her contributions to the Minnesota Career Development Association (MCDA) and the professional development of career coaches across the state, Rebecca Dordel, associate director of career development in the Undergraduate Program, was selected as the 2022 recipient of the Marty Dockman Merit Award.
Charles “Charlie” Montreuil, ‘06 MHRIR, senior vice president for Human Resources at Best Buy, and Michael Ramlet, ‘09 BSB, CEO of Morning Consult, have joined the Carlson School’s Board of Advisors.
Associate Professor of Information and Decision Sciences Soumya Sen was one of seven professors across the University of Minnesota System to win a 2022 Community-Engaged Scholar Award.
A mainstay in the Carlson School's Undergraduate Program office, most recently as the director of student services and academic advising, Jan O’Brien is set to retire June 1.