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    The Business Impact of Business Analytics

    Here's how a demand for analytics talent, supply of faculty expertise, and an ecosystem of interested businesses and research centers have come together to create business impact.
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    5 Ways Business Schools Are Changing

    Social, technological, and geopolitical changes have caused business schools to change how they do everything—from delivering curriculum to conceptualizing business as a discipline.
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    Newly Accredited: University of Lethbridge on Earning AACSB Accreditation

    Robert Boudreau, dean of the University of Lethbridge Dhillon School of Business, shares how the AACSB accreditation journey helped them solidify their identity, more fully appreciate their history, and engage a community of stakeholders.
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    Business School Enrollment Trends: Undergraduate, Generalist Master’s, Specialized Master’s, and Doctoral Programs

    The enrollment landscape among different types of programs at AACSB member institutions shows a diverse set of degree programs to meet individuals' lifelong learning needs.
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    Women on Boards: Are We There Yet?

    Despite heightened attention to gender imbalances on boards, well-intentioned efforts to include women, and legislative successes, we are still far from reaching gender parity on boards.
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    Curriculum Revision for the 4th Industrial Revolution

    To produce leaders who can thrive in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, we need to encourage students to practice agility, risk-taking, self-motivation, and communication.
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    ‘Volunteers Build Resilient Communities’: Global Perspectives on Volunteering

    In recognition of International Volunteer Day, members of AACSB's Volunteer Advisory Group share why they volunteer to be a part of our global business education community.
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    2017–18 BSQ Finances Module: A Look at Business School Fundraising Practices

    Among the new areas in the BSQ Finances Module are some of the most often-asked-for data points that AACSB had not previously collected, including data on business school fundraising.
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    The Connective Power of Experiential Learning

    By structuring opportunities to “learn by doing,” we not only connect theory to practice, but we blur the boundaries between learning and working and between learners and workers.
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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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