Four offerings help female managers achieve personal and professional goals
August 2011 Archives
The turbulent economy isn't preventing Carlson School undergrads from landing lucrative jobs.
Executive Education to help 10 more small companies, nonprofits, or entrepreneurs improve knowledge, business skills.
Tasia Tigue, a Carlson School Undergraduate Program adviser, was recently named president to the Minnesota College Personnel Association.
As a company that prides itself on innovation, diversification, and endless opportunities, Google holds some of the most coveted positions. Several Carlson graduates have joined the company, integrating what they learned in their four years at Carlson into their day-to-day operations.
High school students get down to business at GopherBusiness.
Benefits to state's entrepreneurial ecosystem go far beyond prize money.