Incoming Carlson School dean brings outgoing charm

  • Article by: NEAL ST. ANTHONY , Star Tribune
  • Updated: March 11, 2012 - 11:17 AM

A veteran professor and administrator, Srilata Zaheer also enjoys the challenge of marketing the school's resources to businesses and benefactors.

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winning1Mar. 12, 12 9:15 AM

The Carlson School isn’t what it used to be. Anyone willing to pay the premium tuition and related costs, and then go through the motions can buy a degree there. It’s not that exclusive or competitive anymore. CSOM’s legacy so far manages to keep it’s rankings high nationally, but these days there are many lesser ranked B-schools offering far more rigorous studies and turning out much higher quality graduates for less money.

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winning1Mar. 12, 12 9:23 AM

The Carlson School isn’t what it used to be. Anyone willing to pay the premium tuition and related costs, and then go through the motions can buy a degree there. It’s not that exclusive or competitive anymore. CSOM’s legacy so far manages to keep it’s rankings high nationally, but these days there are many lesser ranked B-schools offering far more rigorous studies and turning out much higher quality graduates for less money.

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oiujgxmMar. 12, 12 1:09 PM

A veteran professor and administrator, with no real world experience will continue spreading the gospel of outsouring jobs and importing cheap foreign labor for many generations of MBAs to come.

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thx11381Mar. 13, 12 6:51 AM

This is great! For any college girl who has no desire to marry and/or raise children, or for any girl who is willing to get degreed and build a career before marrying and starting a family, hence gambling on finding the ‘right guy’ to take a chance on her when she’s in her late thirties or early forties, the Carlson School is an excellent place. The Carlson School of Business Management is all about diversity!

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