AACSB International and its Members Extend their Thoughts and Prayers
AACSB International extends its heartfelt sympathies and earnest support for the greater Moore, Newcastle, and Oklahoma City communities. The thoughts and prayers of more 1,350 AACSB member business schools from around the world are with you now, and in the days to come.
Looking for a way to help? The Oklahoman News, CNN.com, and MSNBC.com each highlight agencies which are mobilizing relief efforts on the ground in Moore, Oklahoma.
AACSB International Appoints Richard E. Sorensen of Virginia Tech as Special
Advisor for Emerging Economies
AACSB International announced today the appointment of Richard E. Sorensen, retiring dean of the Pamplin College of Business at Virginia Tech, as Special Advisor to the President and CEO for Emerging Economies beginning July 1, 2013.
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Business Schools Must Practice What We Teach
Amy Hillman, dean of the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University discusses the challenges and solutions for business schools to be sure they practice what they teach.
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Faculty Tenure Track Trends: 2010–2013
The question of faculty tenure is always interesting to study, in part because the tenure system provides both faculty and administrators with assurance of academic freedom, as well as a way to monitor a faculty member's growth through the system in place to earn tenure at a school. On the annual Global Salary Survey, AACSB collects information for individual full-time faculty members, including whether positions are tenure track (including tenured) or non-tenure track.
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