May 5–7, 2019 | Providence, Rhode Island
The future. That’s what we prepare students for—to be confident leaders with the knowledge and skills to effectively adapt to, and overcome, the challenges of an evolving global economy. With so much emphasis on what’s next, it’s imperative for b-school curricula to focus on the future.
In addition to preparing students, curriculum is an essential ingredient for high-quality business education. It reflects your school’s unique mission, encapsulating the intellectual capital and character of your business school brand.
This conference features curricular initiatives to help schools navigate an environment of intense competition, financial constraints, growing employer expectations, and disruptive technologies. Learn from a diverse range of schools as they share content and best practices in critical areas of curriculum design and implementation. On your path to continuous improvement, discover strategies that will put you a step ahead of the competition.
WORKSHOP: Transforming Your Teaching with Technology (separate registration and $50 fee required)
Facilitator: Tawnya S. Means, Assistant Dean and Director, Teaching and Learning Center, College of Business, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Join this highly interactive, practical, and hands-on workshop to learn how to use various instructional technologies to enhance your students’ educational experiences. Attendees will be provided with an overview of technologies, a “to do list” that contains a list of ways to use the technology in teaching, and suggestions for additional useful technologies. Please be sure to bring your laptops and a facilitator will guide you through exploring and learning a series of instructional technologies. Space is limited. Register today to save your seat!
May 5th 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. workshop
May 5th 2:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. workshop
Rod Adams, Talent Acquisition Leader, PwC
Based in Chicago Rod is a Senior Human Capital Executive who is passionate about helping people launch and build their careers. As the US & Mexico Talent Acquisition Leader at PwC, he is a member of the People Leadership Team and responsible for leading the campus, experienced and catalyst recruitment team across Advisory, Assurance, Tax and Internal Firm Services as well as recruitment related operations, systems and strategies. Reporting to the firm’s US Chief People Officer he works closely with US firm leadership, faculty relationship partners, market leaders and recruitment teams to design and execute its recruitment strategy; and he actively collaborates and supports the firm's Global Talent Network and strategy. He drives innovation to build sustainable competitive advantage in attracting top talent via programs, social and digital media and brand-setting activities that are designed to build long lasting relationships with key talent.
Business school deans and heads of business schools, program directors, curriculum coordinators, associate and assistant deans with responsibility for academic programs, and faculty members with responsibility for redesigning programs and curricula.
"The conference was a great experience to learn and share with colleagues."
— Martha Luz Suarez Rincon, Colegio de Estudios Superiores de Administración CESA, Bogota Colombia
Alexander J. Triantis
Dean, Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland
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