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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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    New Insights on Business School Salaries and Demographics

    AACSB's 52nd Staff Compensation and Demographics Survey features global faculty and staff salary information, faculty average time at institution, and more.
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    AACSB Quick-Take Survey on COVID-19: B-Schools Together in the Pandemic—Differently

    Our second survey of business school administrators on COVID-19 impacts reveals common overall challenges related to online instruction and finances, and how schools are coping.
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    AACSB Quick-Take Survey on COVID-19: Anticipated Positive Impacts

    Some business schools are anticipating potential positive impacts as a result of the actions they've been forced to take during the COVID-19 outbreak.
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    Faculty Diversity in Business Schools: 25 Years in the Making

    Bernie Milano, former president of The PhD Project, reflects on two and a half decades of leading an initiative to change the representation of business school faculty—and ultimately of business graduates entering the workforce.
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    An Inside Look at AACSB’s 2020 Business Standards Formation

    Business Accreditation Task Force members have collectively led over 40 conversations around the world, with all types of audiences. Here's how the standards are shaping up based on this input.
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    Faculty Salaries in Relation to AACSB Qualification Categories

    Newly released data from the 2018–19 Staff Compensation & Demographics Survey show faculty salaries as they relate to AACSB faculty qualification categories.
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    Myths 7 and 8 About AACSB Accreditation Standards: Faculty Qualifications

    Standard 15 is a dense standard with a lot to unpack, but AACSB has some built-in exceptions to account for unusual faculty cases.
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