February 2–4, 2020 | Nashville, Tennessee, USA
Connecting Visionary Mindsets
Serving as change agents, business schools are pioneering extraordinary ways for delivering education, creating solutions for ever-evolving industries, and improving society, from local communities to the world at large. Business schools are being called to address the needs of the students they educate and the various stakeholders they serve; deans must have the foresight to envision and prepare for the ever-transitioning educational and workforce needs to be the driving force behind these initiatives. Connect with fellow deans at AACSB’s exclusive Deans Conference to explore business school challenges and opportunities and share your vision of the future of business education. More than 600 business school deans from over 50 countries convene annually.
Fundraising & Development Workshop
(space is limited - separate fee and registration required)
This workshop will provide an interactive approach to creating an efficient and effective development plan to align with your institution’s mission, vision and development goals. The workshop will take place Tuesday, February 4 from 1:00pm – 5:00pm. A separate registration fee of $299 will be required. When registering for the conference, choose the workshop under Event Sessions to add to your shopping cart.
Moez Limayem, Dean, University of South Florida, Muma College of Business
Tanuja Sing, Dean, Saint Mary’s University, Greehey School of Business
This event is exclusively for deans and heads of higher education business units (i.e., the highest academic authority or official of the entire business unit), and AACSB business members in leadership roles.
Registration substitutions (i.e., replacing one individual with another individual for the same event) will not be granted for this event.
John A. Elliott
Interim Provost, University of Connecticut
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