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COILS Create Common Connections
July 28, 2021
Collaborative online international learning environments allow students to see the world through the eyes of peers in other countries.
Leaning Into Sustainability
April 20, 2021
Whether through simulations, courses, or broader research initiatives, business schools are embedding sustainability into their courses and cultures.
Partnerships Propelling Innovation
September 22, 2020
Business schools today are highly focused on fulfilling their own missions, but collaborating with other schools or units can actually help them get there.
Business School Research for Social Good
August 17, 2020
Three examples from AACSB's Innovations That Inspire challenge highlight ways that business schools are leveraging their research for positive societal impact.
Business Schools Serving as Catalysts for Innovation
May 01, 2020
Schools from our 2020 Innovations That Inspire challenge are preparing grads who can develop and lead successful enterprises—and impact their communities.
Developing Women Leaders to Close the Confidence Gap
March 06, 2020
Three business schools recognized the need to close the women's confidence and gender equity gaps in organizations and developed programs to address them.
Creating Businesses in a Lab
February 06, 2020
Three examples from AACSB's Innovations That Inspire challenge highlight new centers and labs that are encouraging the entrepreneurial spirits of their students and local businesses.