Gophers head football coach P.J. Fleck is a co-instructor for a seven-week course for Carlson School undergraduates. Fleck, alongside Professor Theresa Glomb, is co-teaching MGMT 3061: Leadership in Practice: Everyday Moments of Leadership.
Lindsay Gundecha, a senior academic advisor in the Undergraduate Program, is a recipient of the 2022-23 John Tate Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Advising.
Carlson School graduate students determine the best and worst Super Bowl commercials of 2023.
For her work with the Ukraine humanitarian crisis, Dorota Serafin, ’06 WEMBA, was named an AACSB 2023 Influential Leader.
Students competed in the Analytics for Good Hackathon to help a nonprofit better serve its mission of expanding market opportunities for small farmers.
A master’s degree can set you up to start or advance your career in the dynamic and exciting field of finance.
Following a comprehensive program review, the Carlson School’s Master of Human Resources and Industrial Relations (MHRIR) program has made extensive changes to its curriculum and degree requirements to better reflect the current environment for human resources practice.
In the rapidly digitizing economy, a masters degree in business analytics can set you up to become a leading force in the growing field of data science and business analytics.
A new Carlson School of Management study published in Nature suggests science and technology are becoming less disruptive.
In her new research, Professor Kathleen Vohs explores what might cause conspiracy theories to fade.
According to recent research from Tracy Wang, the John Spooner Professor of Finance, investors can play a large role in addressing income inequality.