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For their contributions in enhancing the intellectual environment of the Carlson School, four junior and recently-promoted faculty members have been selected as recipients of the 2021 Mary and Jim Lawrence Fellowship.
From finding new funding for women’s shelters to creating ways to responsibly dispose of firearms, six business ventures from Carlson School MBA students were selected as 2021 Sands Family Social Ventures Fellowships.
Four accomplished business leaders will bring a wealth of professional experience and expertise as new members of the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management’s Board of Advisors (BOA).
From COVID to remote learning to commencement, 2020 was a historic year. This is a roundup of our top stories of 2020.
Take a look back at a collection of our favorite videos from the past calendar year.
More than 300 people made gifts to the Carlson School on Give to the Max Day, totaling $450,125, both setting new highs for the school on Minnesota’s largest one-day giving campaign.
The Center City, Minn.-based Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation turned to the Carlson School's Analytics Lab to help them analyze more than 250,000 records in search of data patterns invisible to the naked eye. They found critical information that will inform new research and ultimately empower Hazelden Betty Ford to better serve its patients.
The Gary S. Holmes Center for Entrepreneurship provides education to diverse founders as part of the national Ascend Cities program, in partnership with Minneapolis-based Metropolitan Economic Development Association (Meda).
Professor Shaker Zahra explored what the world will look like post-COVID-19 for international entrepreneurship. In short, he sees “a great transformation of the global business environment, providing the impetus for a new breed of international entrepreneurs that find opportunities in the upheaval that COVID-19 has caused.”
Assistant Professor of Finance Erik Loualiche explored how local governments handled the difficult economic conditions after COVID-19, including the factors leading to this impact, how this economic downturn is different from others, and the pivotal role the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) played.
Symptoms of depression are up and life satisfaction is down for U.S. adults during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new study by Carlson School researchers from the Department of Work and Organizations. The examination of nationwide data also found that an individual’s socioeconomic status—their income and education —play an important factor in their own sense of well-being.
The year 2020 has the highest search volume for “supply chain” during the last 10 years, according to Google Trends data.