AACSB Insights

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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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    Creating Community in a Time of Social Distancing

    COVID-19 has reshaped the ways in which we sustain and enrich relationships with our global community of alumni.
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    Continuous Curricular Innovation

    To enable swift responses to shifting market needs, the Opus College of Business built innovation into its curricular review process.
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    Leveraging Assessment to Drive Quality in Business Education

    A critical part of ensuring quality learning is understanding how assessment data can be used to improve programs over time.
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    Alternative Credentials on the Rise

    A recent poll from the MBA Roundtable shows that a growing number of graduate business schools offer certificates, badges, and microcredentials.
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    International Study Abroad—At Home

    Virtual global experiences are a pandemic innovation that should—and will—remain in higher education.
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    The Stackable Online Course Portfolio

    By sharing courses across multiple programs, Penn State Smeal makes it possible for students to easily customize their educational experiences.
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    How the 2020 Standards Promote Collaboration

    AACSB’s revised accreditation standards encourage schools to pursue more partnerships, both on their own campuses and with other institutions.
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