Jamie Prenkert Announced as New Carlson School Dean
Time made all the difference for Carlson School alum Kelly Yang's journey to getting a degree.
Thanks to a recent change to the NCAA's NIL policies, the first generation of student-athletes are building brands, businesses—and bank accounts.
In this edition of Faces of Carlson, our inimitable students, faculty, staff, and alumni reflect on finding happiness and overcoming challenges.
Poets & Quants named Carlson School Senior Lecturer Rand Park one of the Top 50 Undergraduate Business Professors of 2021.
Who to ask and how to ask for a letter of recommendation for your application can be an intimidating experience. Follow these five simple steps to make your process successful and influence the quality of response.
The Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota is proud to present the inaugural Elevate Career Advancement Conference for Professionals of Color, women, and allies on Wednesday, April 13.
As the former director of MN Cup, the nation’s largest statewide startup competition, Melissa Kjolsing was instrumental in helping businesses grow from small ideas to ones with big aspirations. Since leaving MN Cup in 2017, Kjolsing has worked for several small businesses, including as the CEO and co-founder of Recovree (a MN Cup division winner) and now as the chief growth officer at Reema Health.
Musician and producer Phil Thompson, ’07 BSB, joined the Greater Twin Cities Youth Symphonies (GTCYS) and the Immersive Van Gogh Exhibit Minneapolis on a tribute video celebrating the GTCYS’s 50th anniversary. He shared how his degree helped him blend his musical and business ambitions, how entrepreneurship and entertainment combine, and how important it is for him to uplift communities with music.
Recent work from the Carlson School’s Marketing & Communications Department earned national recognition at the 37th Annual Educational Advertising Awards. In all, the school took home one gold, five silver, and one merit award for print and digital publications.
Three new fellows are joining the John DePodesta Leadership Fellowship program. The program provides graduate students in business, public policy, sociology, or education the opportunity to co-design or launch a new venture in partnership with existing educational organizations that seek to improve the quality of postsecondary education.
Through a recent experiential learning project, students in the Master of Marketing program helped LoveMplsParks with a variety of marketing initiatives: research, identification, and segmentation of target markets, creation of personas and journey maps, analysis of apparel prices, and creation of a new digital media strategy.
Carlson School Dean Sri Zaheer announced that she will “transition back to the faculty over the course of the next year.”