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    Cracking the Code on Educational ROI

    How business schools can use data-driven storytelling to demonstrate the real-world value of their MBA programs to prospective students.
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    People and Places: September 7, 2021

    Deborah L. Kidder becomes dean at Columbus State University, and U.S. researchers win U.K.’s inaugural Panmure House Prize.
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    Accreditation and the Cultural Gap

    Schools in certain parts of the world—particularly those in Asia—face challenges in achieving accreditation. But these roadblocks can be overcome.
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    Research Roundup: August 2021

    Research approaches affect research findings, diversity training benefits from additional actions, and corporate recruiters look to hire new MBAs.
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    Personalizing MBA Recruitment

    As prospective students weigh a multitude of educational options, the Graziadio School takes steps to highlight the long-term value of its MBA.
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    New Technologies Transform MBA Admissions

    From virtual campus tours to video guidance to online assessments, the MBA admissions process is adapting to the times.
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    Are MBA Rankings Still Relevant?

    The pandemic has disrupted participation in business school rankings, which were already seeing a decline pre-COVID. What is their value going forward?
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    The MBA in Russia: Its Current State

    Fierce competition and the ongoing pandemic have forced changes in programs, but satisfaction remains high among graduates.
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    People and Places: February 2, 2021

    ASU appoints an interim dean, University of Illinois launches a Disruption Lab, and Nottingham Trent University develops a carbon footprint tool.
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    Meeting Market Demand for Stackable Credentials

    The Smeal College of Business has added greater flexibility to its resident and executive MBA programs, allowing students to earn multiple credentials more quickly and efficiently.
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