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Re-Envisioning Undergraduate Business Education

In a time of great future ambiguity, two professors called on the AACSB community to brainstorm possibilities for what a new business education can be.

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    International Students and Business Education: Whither or Wither?

    Certain shifts in international study were occurring pre-pandemic, but with new restrictions to mobility and campus attendance, how will its future fare?
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    Connecting for Better: How Business Schools Can Create Positive Change

    Through five key opportunities, business schools can take collaborative action to positively impact learners, businesses, and global society.
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    Online Learning for a New Higher Education

    The more we can apply lessons from pandemic-era teaching to the programs we develop now, the better we can innovate for tomorrow’s online education.
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    Developing Learners vs. Teaching Students

    The proposed 2020 standards refer to business education consumers as "learners" rather than "students"—a deliberate shift that goes beyond just language.
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    Partnering With Humanities to Improve Job Skills in Business Graduates

    Pairing liberal arts and business courses can better prepare students for a workforce that requires skills often seen as lacking in business graduates.
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    Business Education Looks Toward Future Societal Impact

    Despite the COVID-19 disruption, business educators worldwide joined together, virtually, to connect and share ideas for a better post-pandemic society.
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    STEM and Business Degrees Strengthen Universities and Communities

    When business schools invest in STEM programs, dividends flow back not only to the school but also to students and industry partners in the community.
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