Faculty Standards and Tables Seminar (Americas) LIMITED SPACE

Learn how to complete the necessary tables through group interactions, breakout sessions, and targeted discussions.
February 16​ – 17​
Event Type
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10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. ET

Join a cohort of your peers in virtual learning facilitated by globally recognized AACSB accreditation experts. Build skills and network in an interactive event focused on understanding AACSB 2020 Standards' requirements for faculty-related business accreditation standards. Learn how to complete the necessary tables through group interactions, breakout sessions, and targeted discussions.

Gain actionable insights on completing the AACSB tables (3-1, 3-2, and 8-1) in a convenient new virtual environment. Faculty resources, including sufficient and qualified faculty, are crucial elements of a successful business school and an important part of AACSB Accreditation under the 2020 accreditation standards.

Use examples in live workshops on calculating and reporting faculty intellectual contributions, sufficiency, qualifications, engagement and deployment of faculty. Discover best practices on how to align with the standards through effective faculty management and development plans.

Participants are encouraged to bring faculty-related data from their own institution to complete tables with your school’s information.

Learning Objectives

  • Interpret AACSB accreditation standards related to faculty and research—in particular standards 3 and 8 of the 2020 Accreditation Standards—and apply them to your school.
  • Align research and faculty management policies with related standards and empower faculty to contribute to establishing and achieving the school’s mission and strategic objectives.
  • Learn best practices and innovative examples from other schools in the context of accreditation.
  • Build a peer support network.


Rachel Dixon-Zudar, AACSB International

Rachel Dixon-Zudar serves as manager, accreditation services at AACSB International, managing a portfolio of approximately 180 business schools throughout the United States. Rachel’s background includes positions in marketing as well as previously working in the conferences department of AACSB. She holds an MBA in Strategy from The University of Alabama.



Suzanne Mintz, AACSB International

Suzanne Mintz serves as Assistant Vice President, Accreditation Strategy and Policy at AACSB International. In addition to managing a portfolio of business schools worldwide, she is responsible for co-leading the daily management of the Accreditation Services department. She oversees the management of AACSB’s volunteer network globally, including training, engagement and recognition strategies for AACSB’s volunteers. She assists in leading strategic initiatives in the Accreditation Services department and liaises with the Business Accreditation and Accounting Accreditation Policy Committees. Prior to joining AACSB, Mintz spent approximately 10 years in corporate training and development for a financial services firm, responsible for overseeing the implementation of sales and management development programs. She holds an MBA in finance and management from the University of South Florida in Tampa.

Who Should Attend

Deans, associate deans, department chairs or heads, quality assurance professionals, accreditation managers, and those responsible for faculty management and reporting.

"I found that answering the questions and going with us through the standards and actually helping us understand them were the seminar's most valuable aspects. In fact, the seminar gave a good illustration of the improvements AACSB made by introducing new standards"
—Attendee from February 2021 Virtual Faculty Standards and Tables Seminar

Contact Us

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Pricing (USD)
Member Pricing 1st and 2nd
By February 2
On or after February 3
Member Pricing 3rd and subsequent
By February 2
On or after February 3
Non-Member Pricing
By February 2
On or after February 3