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From Business Analytics to Real Estate, An Explosion In Specialized Degrees
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Getting an MBA at UMD just got a lot cheaper
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Cracks in finances put business schools at risk
Financial Times, 05/31/2015
Students lose faith in professional disciplines
Financial Times, 03/31/2015
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Tenure Trends in Full-time Faculty
by Colin Nelson
Much has been said (or misstated) about systems of academic tenure in higher education. One of the more popular narratives is that tenure as an established practice is on its way out, for better or for worse. Since AACSB International tracks the numbers of full-time faculty who are tenured, tenure-track, or non-tenure-track in the annual Business School Questionnaire (BSQ), I thought it might be instructive to examine trends over time to see if our data bear out the popular narrative.
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Women as Full-Time Business School Faculty – Does World Region Make a Difference?
by Jessica Brown
In my last blog post, I examined a multi-year controlled set of full-time faculty gender data for 401 schools in the United States. This time, let’s narrow our focus to a snapshot of the most recent survey data and take a look at full-time faculty gender by world region for a set of 597 schools that participated in the 2015–16 Salary Survey.
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