Students Are Partners for Classroom Inclusivity
Students do not have to rely on professors to feel welcome and engaged in their classes—they, too, have the power to create a sense of belonging on campus.
The Role of Spirituality in Mental Well-Being
As COVID-19 leaves an “anxiety pandemic” in its wake, people can turn to spiritual practices to learn to manage stress. Business schools can help.
Teaching Adaptability Through the Performing Arts
Leaders can learn how to manage chaotic and unpredictable situations by practicing theater and dance.
A Fresh Take on Innovation
Dreen Yang, global general manager of the Future Flow division of Coca-Cola, recently shared how the company fosters a successful “fail-forward” culture.
Anti-Consumption in a World in Crisis
Business schools can help address climate change by promoting anti-consumption business models in their curricula and their own behaviors.
Solving for Societal Impact
AACSB’s first Societal Impact Conference convened over 200 business educators, leaders, and students to discuss opportunities for creating positive change in the world.
Alumni Panels Teach Skills That Matter
Through a series of in-person and online presentations at Monmouth University, successful graduates share workplace knowledge with current students.
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