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    The Grade Debate: Absolute and Relative Measures

    MBA candidates often question the merits of grading on a curve. But this method provides the best way of measuring absolute student performance.
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    A Generationally Intelligent Return to Campus

    As administrators plan the best way to return to in-person learning, they should take student perspectives into account.
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    The Impact of COVID-19: By the Numbers

    Recent surveys offer glimpses into how the pandemic has changed campuses—and mindsets—for the 2021–22 academic year.
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    Creating an Academic Culture of Collaboration

    To better serve today’s students, schools should foster a “play nice in the sandbox” mentality, where everyone shares ideas and resources across programs.
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    Redefining Connectivity in Higher Education

    The pandemic has inspired us to create a world where we are more connected, whether we interact with each other in person or online.
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    Research Roundup: September 2021

    The role of mentorship in closing the gender gap in academia, the impact of smartphones on student learning, and the “greening” of higher education.
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    From What’s Possible to What’s Real—and Back Again

    By asking our students to “rewire” their emotional reactions to complex social problems, we help them find common ground and work toward solutions.
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    A Finnish Baby Box for Leaders

    One government’s strategy to decrease infant mortality has lessons that business schools might apply to produce work-ready graduates.
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    Adaptation Through Collaboration

    Eight schools across Europe are creating a joint online curriculum to make international exposure more widely accessible to their undergraduate students.
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    Fostering International Collaboration

    Three European business schools design a joint program to prepare undergraduates for an uncertain international business climate.
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    Instruction vs. Discovery Learning in the Business Classroom

    How can business educators best prepare learners with both the foundational knowledge and self-direction needed for career success?
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    Targeting Diverse Students

    A look at the strategies Georgia State’s Robinson College of Business used to recruit its most diverse class ever in the fall of 2020.
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    Why Business Schools Must Foster Lifelong Learning

    Committing fully to lifelong learning could be the only way for business schools to ensure their long-term sustainability.
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    Transforming Assurance of Learning for Lasting Impact

    Changes to accreditation standards and a surge in digital learning have created new opportunities for schools to revamp their AoL processes.
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