Dean Sri Zaheer Announces Plans to Transition to Faculty
From personal protective equipment to lab supplies to staffing, the COVID-19 pandemic has upended supply chains. It’s been a struggle, to say the least. In the middle of solving these challenges is Dr. George Morris, ‘23 MBA, who is the physician incident commander for the COVID-19 response at CentraCare, a large multi-specialty health system in central Minnesota.
Joy McBrien launched Fair Anita, one of the first public benefit corporations in Minnesota. The company’s goal, McBrien says, is to create a world where women feel safe, valued, and respected.
From the Carlson School's in-person commencement ceremony in May to the return to campus in September, it’s been a year of change. Take a look back at a collection of our favorite photos and videos from the past calendar year.
Blaise Andries’ accomplishments may be even more impressive in the classroom. Currently enrolled in the Carlson School’s Master of Applied Business Analytics (MABA) program, Andries was recently named an Academic All-American for the third time, becoming the second Gophers athlete ever to accomplish that.
The COVID-19 Hospitalization Tracking Project and Professor Alok Gupta’s research on flower market auctions shared the 2021 INFORMS Information Systems Society Design Science Research Award, which is one of the top honors in the field of information systems.
Maureen Maslinski, who started in October 2021, wants to help destigmatize students getting help for their mental health and be a resource and support system for the school’s undergraduate students.
From addressing challenges relating to criminal justice, recycling, local farming, music and language education, and equitable access to health care, 12 business ventures from Carlson School MBA students were selected as 2022 Sands Family Social Ventures Fellowships.
Carlson School Professor Ravi Bapna, and two co-authors, were honored with the “Best Publication of 2020” at the annual International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS).
Professor Alok Gupta, Carlson School senior associate dean of faculty, research, and administration, received the LEO Award for career achievement from the Association for Information Systems (AIS).
Thanks to its generous donors, the Carlson School of Management set a new Give to the Max Day record for the school, raising more than $1 million in just 24 hours.
Susanna Gibbons, the managing director of the Carlson Funds Enterprise, was among the University of Minnesota delegation that attended COP26. She shares her takeaways from the conference.
A renewed emphasis on leadership development highlights a redesigned curriculum for the Carlson School’s Executive MBA (CEMBA) program.