Dean Sri Zaheer Announces Plans to Transition to Faculty
Matthew Noonan, who returned in a consulting role to facilitate the Love Your Melon deal, credits his education in helping him attain career success.
Inspired by their family’s West African roots, Perteet Spencer, ’06 MBA, and Fred Spencer, ’08 MBA, launched AYO Foods in 2019. The frozen meals crafted from food of 17 different countries are diversifying offerings in the grocery store aisles in retailers across the country. AYO, means “joy” in Yoruba, one of the many languages spoken in West Africa.
The new Business Advancement Center for Health (BACH) at the Carlson School aims to develop inclusive, sustainable solutions to solve structural issues in the health system.
When he’s not helping business analytics students communicate about big data and other technical topics, Lee Thomas is writing poetry. In fact, he recently published his first poetry book, Honey in the Dark. The book is a collection of stories that explore the many possibilities one might experience in their life.
The best and worst Super Bowl ads of 2022 get analyzed by Master of Marketing students at the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management.
Each MBA program can shape a prospective student’s experience, so how do you decide between Full-Time, Part-Time, Online, or an Executive MBA?
For those who want to advance their career, the benefits of an MBA or specialized master’s degree, specifically at the Carlson School of Management, are numerous. Graduates find more job opportunities, gain the important skills needed in today’s business world, see an increase in earning potential, and much more.
Business degrees are among the most popular degree choices across the country and at the University of Minnesota. But how do you know if that major or degree program is right for you?
Adam Rao, CEO of Showcraft, spoke to the Carlson School about the skills he thinks make someone a successful entrepreneur and what advice he would give current students.
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.