Jamie Prenkert Announced as New Carlson School Dean
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?
Here’s a look at research powered by prestigious grants currently underway at the Carlson School.
The Carlson School community mourns the loss of Professor Emeritus Andy Van de Ven, a leader in the field of organization theory and management.
Carlson School of Management students are performing on the global stage with a recent second-place finish at the annual Business School Alliance for Health Management (BAHM) Case Challenge for their vision of “the hospital of the future.”
In October 2021, the Carlson School welcomed Nicholas Wallace as the new assistant dean of the Undergraduate Program.
Carlson School faculty members received prestigious national awards for their research.
After a dramatic rise in unemployment at the beginning of the pandemic, the need for workers came soaring back in 2021. Carlson School graduates were in high demand.
Carlson School alum Hollies Winston, '13 MBA, shares five things he has learned throughout his career.
Catch up with the Carlson School of Management's alumni with the latest edition of our Class Notes.
Here's a quick breakdown of a Carlson School class focused on how happiness impacts consumer behavior.