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    Business Education and Historically Black Colleges and Universities

    HBCUs are an important and integral part of the higher education system in the U.S., and they play a vital role for people of color seeking a unique and special educational experience.
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    Newly Accredited: Troy University on Earning AACSB Accreditation

    Judson Edwards discusses how the years of hard work toward achieving accreditation have helped reposition the school not only for future success but for long-lasting pride among stakeholders.
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    Newly Accredited: Universidade de Lisboa on Earning AACSB Accreditation

    Dean Clara Raposo shares how the AACSB accreditation journey helped create stronger bonds and laid out strategic gains the school hopes to see as a result of accreditation.
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    Newly Accredited: Brooklyn College CUNY on Earning AACSB Accreditation

    Dean Willie Hopkins talks about the culture change that was needed at his school to achieve accreditation, and how eventually the whole university rallied to help the school get there.
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    Newly Accredited: University of Mary Washington on Earning AACSB Accreditation

    Lynne Richardson, dean of the University of Mary Washington College of Business, shares how the accreditation process helped formalize many of the good things the school was already doing.
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    Newly Accredited: Texas A&M University-Texarkana on Earning AACSB Accreditation

    Gary Stading, dean of Texas A&M University-Texarkana’s business school, discusses the importance of having the right resources in place, as well as gaining faculty buy-in for the long haul.
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    A Personal Perspective From the Business Education Alliance: McRae C. Banks

    Mac Banks, dean of UNCG's Bryan School of Business and Economics and AACSB board member, talks about his engagement with AACSB, his perspectives on volunteering, and the impact of accreditation globally.
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    Ethics Within and Throughout

    When it comes to teaching ethics, should business schools include standalone courses in their programs, or should lessons be spread throughout the curriculum? We share three innovative ways schools are incorporating ethics into their programming.
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    Rediscovering the Power of Law in Business Education

    Leveraging the legal environment of business curriculum can enhance student marketability, deliver real-world value, and help produce ethical leaders who fully engage with society’s most pressing and intractable problems.
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    Business Schools Tackle Tough Issues of Diversity and Inclusion at Inaugural Summit

    AACSB's Diversity and Inclusion Summit brought together nearly 80 individuals from 50 business schools to tackle some of the major challenges business schools face around diversity and inclusion.
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