Associate Deans Conference

November 13-15, 2019 | New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

Associate Deans Conference

November 13-15, 2019 | New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

Associate Deans Conference

November 13-15, 2019 | New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

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All around the world, others just like you are trying to balance their responsibilities to be successful in their position. Whether you're an associate, assistant or vice dean, a department chair in charge of program management and curriculum, or responsible for internal business school operations, this event is designed to meet your needs. Consider this conference as an off-campus retreat—an opportunity to reflect on the key purpose of your position. Stay on top of trends by discovering what fellow administrators are doing at their business schools, and connect with others in your role to find solutions to the unique challenges you face.

Featured Session

Reimagining Accreditation

This session will explore the recently released exposure draft for the proposed changes to the 2020 Business Accreditation Standards, exploring the potential changes and providing an opportunity to hear your feedback.

Nancy Bagranoff, Dean and Professor, Accounting, Robins School of Business University of Richmond

Speakers:

Nancy A. Bagranoff, Former Dean and Professor, Accounting, University of Richmond, Robins School of Business

 

Suzanne MintzSuzanne Mintz, Assistant Vice President, Accreditation Strategy and Policy, AACSB International

 

 

 

 


Who Should Attend

Aspiring, new, or experienced Associate, Assistant and Vice Deans with responsibility for internal business school operations, program director, department chairs, faculty, curriculum, and business school teams.

Conference Chair

Natalya Delcoure
Dean, Texas A&M University–Kingsville, College of Business Administration

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