Dean Sri Zaheer Announces Plans to Transition to Faculty
For her many contributions to the Carlson School, University, community organizations, and more, Dean Sri Zaheer is the 2021 Career Achievement honoree for the annual Women in Business awards from the Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal (MSPBJ).
With close to 700 first-year students and more than 350 transfer students, the undergraduate class of 2021 is the largest in school history, eclipsing the previous 2019 mark by more than 20 percent.
HR leaders from Boeing, Bristol Myers Squibb, and Microsoft say many departments already had long-range forecasts—so rather than be caught totally off guard, they’re adjusting to an accelerated pace.
You've seen the stories. People are buying and selling those mysterious mediums of exchange called cryptocurrency.
Carlson School alum Samantha Trottier brewed up a forward-thinking, profitable, digital agency during the pandemic.
In September, we commemorated the twentieth anniversary of the September 11 attacks, which killed nearly 3,000 people that Tuesday morning. The death toll, however, may have been considerably worse if not for Burnett and others aboard United Airlines Flight 93.
Our success in Driven, surpassing our initial goal by nearly 25 percent with an incredible $190 million in gifts and private grants committed to the school, reflects what the Carlson School community cares about.
Fall 2021 edition of the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota news and notes.
Heading into her fourth year as CEO, Beth Ford has a constant eye on what’s next for an organization that made $14 billion in sales last year. Her goal is for Land O’Lakes to position its farmers for success heading forward.
When common goals bring people together, the ability to transform the future becomes reality. Thirty-four Carlson School students represent the first proof of that power.
In the summer of 2020, with the eyes of the nation trained on the streets just outside our doors, Dean Sri Zaheer reaffirmed Carlson School’s commitment to foster a diverse, inclusive community and learning environment, in which all individuals can thrive.
Johnson Brothers $1 million gift will support underrepresented Minnesota students at Carlson School.