June 2010 Archives
This past fall the Warsaw Executive MBA program celebrated a milestone anniversary with the commencement of its 15th cohort.
This inaugural conference is co-sponsored by the Carlson School Dean's office, the Strategic Management Research Center, and the University of Minnesota's Center for Integrative Leadership.
Watch the video of Prof. Alok Gupta and Associate Prof. Ravi Bapna talk about the role IT and IT enabled services have played in the rise of the Indian economy...
Inge Groth discusses her participation in the MGMT 3010: An Introduction to Global Entrepreneurship course
This summer, high-potential high school students will attend the new business-focused summer camp called GopherBusiness
The second edition of Management Strategy: Sustaining Competitive Advantage by Alfred Marcus, was recently published.
Myles Shaver, professor of Strategic Management and Organization will receive Ross School of Business Distinguished PhD Alumni Award
Kathleen Vohs, associate professor in the Marketing and Logistics Management department, is the co-author of "Non-Profits are Seen as Warm and For-Profits are Seen as Competent: Firm Stereotypes Matter," forthcoming in the Journal of Consumer Research.
"Flexible for Whom? Flexible Work Practices and Career Success," Lisa Leslie and Colleen Manchester, assistant professors of Human Resources and Industrial Relations.
Andrew Van de Ven, Vernon H. Heath Chair of Organizational Innovation and Change and professor of Strategic Management and Organization, is co-author of the recent study "Managing Contradictions in Organizational Theories and Practices.
"A Time-Based Perspective on Emotion Regulation in Emotional-Labor Performance," Michelle Duffy and Jason Shaw, professors of Human Resources and Industrial Relations
Carlson School faculty members are actively engaged in research on how people make decisions, form impressions of others, and choose products.
There's still time to apply for a spring 2011 semester abroad.
The official arrival date for fall 2010 exchange students is Sunday, August 29. The Welcome Program will be held from Monday, August 30 to Friday, September 3. We look forward to meeting our newest group of exchange students!
As we move into summer at the University of Minnesota, we want to let you know about some great new changes in our Employer Relations and Business Development areas. Jennifer Shofner and Jill Pearson-Wood, formerly Employer Relations Associates, have moved into new roles as Assistant Directors of Business Development for the Graduate Business Career Center (GBCC). We are thrilled to let you know that we have hired Tara Albaugh as Employer Relations Associate for the GBCC and Maggie Szarkowitz as Employer Relations Associate for the Undergraduate Business Career Center (UBCC); Tara and Maggie will work with you for all of your on-campus recruiting needs as well as assisting with career fairs and getting connected across the Carlson School. Also new on our team is Shadon Ghassemlou as our Recruiting Coordinator. Shadon will be responsible for all external job postings and information sessions.
We also want to remind you that we are fully open and able to assist you with any company hiring needs during the summer. We still have many talented graduate and undergraduate students looking for full-time work and internships and would be happy to connect you with them.
Three exchange students from the Manchester Business School discuss the perks of hands-on courses, nonprofit experience, and rooting for the Golden Gophers.
The Carlson School recently announced eight new appointments to professorships and two new appointments to chairs.
On June 24, a group of Chicago alumni met with Director of Alumni Relations Todd Gordon to begin initial planning of a formalized Chicago Regional Club of the Carlson School.
In his address at this year's commencement ceremonies, Carlson Alumni Board President Dave Walstad focused on only one concept, but that concept has high-reaching value to both new graduates and seasoned alumni alike. In one word, that concept is engagement.
A recent study by Forbes magazine finds the Twin Cities is one of the best places to launch a career in business.
Preston Luman, '99 Carlson Executive MBA.
A cut above the rest
"You've Graduated...What Now?" program offered advice for those unsure of their next steps
Adam Reichow. Empowered to pursue his passion
Graduating senior Andy Post is the 2010 recipient of the Carlson School's Tomato Can Loving Cup Award. Post is the 81st winner of the award
Athens University of Economics and Business will grant an honorary PhD to Shaker Zahra
MIS Quarterly has been ranked as the management journal with the greatest impact factor over five years by Web of Knowledge.
The University of Minnesota has been awarded a $1.5 million Title VI grant to establish a Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) at the Carlson School.