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    Diversity in the Workplace

    Demographics affect how employees view policies.
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    Cultivating Skills for the Virtual Job Market

    A career management badge system at the University of Arkansas prepares students to find jobs in the post-pandemic workplace.
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    Can Mentorship Reduce Gender Inequity?

    A report explores why more women aren’t advancing to the C-suite, and a forthcoming study offers an unconventional solution: Ask more women to mentor men.
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    Why Apprenticeships Are a Missed Opportunity

    Business schools should take a closer look at the many advantages that apprenticeships have to offer.
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    Advancing More Ethical Artificial Intelligence

    A business school takes a multidisciplinary approach to teaching students about the critical role of ethics in the deployment of artificial intelligence.
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    Building Bridges Over the College-to-Career Gap

    How Bauer College pushes students past “the last mile” of skill development, moving them more effectively from college to work.
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    Preparing Business Students for the App Economy

    App design and development are now among the most in-demand skills across industries, presenting business students with new career pathways.
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    Newly Accredited: Troy University on Earning AACSB Accreditation

    Judson Edwards discusses how the years of hard work toward achieving accreditation have helped reposition the school not only for future success but for long-lasting pride among stakeholders.
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    Business Schools Tackle Tough Issues of Diversity and Inclusion at Inaugural Summit

    AACSB's Diversity and Inclusion Summit brought together nearly 80 individuals from 50 business schools to tackle some of the major challenges business schools face around diversity and inclusion.
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    From Corporate to Classroom: James Wetrich Shares 'Bridge' Experience

    Longtime health care advisory leader and recent graduate from the AACSB Bridge Program, James Wetrich shares his inspiration for pursuing teaching, reflections on his experience, and plans for his future.
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