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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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    ‘Lift Up the Cherished Blossoms’

    For the University of Hawaii at Hilo, the Kaʻipualei model of student advising has halved the dropout rate.
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    People and Places: May 4, 2021

    IE University, the University of West Georgia, and the University of Portland name new business school deans.
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    Microcredentials: Staying Competitive Among Rising Business Education Disruptors

    How can business schools compete with the growing number of customizable, flexible, and low-cost learning opportunities offered outside of academia?
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    Serving Society Through Scholarship

    Schools highlight just a few of the ways their faculty are making a difference—and their strategies for making impactful research the norm, not the exception.
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    A Different Definition of Success

    Jacqueline Novogratz, founder of the impact investment firm Acumen, wants to put purpose, not profits, at the center of business.
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    High Demand for Graduate Management Education

    As fears about the pandemic fade, more students want to pursue business degrees.
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    Challenging Students to Improve the World

    The University of Pittsburgh launches a hackathon-style event that encourages students to design solutions to homelessness and other social problems.
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    To Set Ourselves Apart, We Built Connections

    A college invests in a more robust constituent relationship management system to foster stronger, lifelong relationships with its constituents.
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    Leaning Into Sustainability

    Whether through simulations, courses, or broader research initiatives, business schools are embedding sustainability into their courses and cultures.
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