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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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    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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    People and Places: October 5, 2021

    Southern Connecticut State breaks ground on a new business school building, and Creme of Nature funds pitch competition for HBCUs.
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    Just Breathe: Wellness Workshops Address Stress

    Yoga and meditation help Arizona State University faculty and students prepare for the challenges of returning to campus.
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    Project-Based Partnership for Regional Development

    Can a business school help a whole nation achieve economic growth? The business engagement unit at the University of South Australia says yes.
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    A Path to Authenticity and Purpose

    How one school made sustainability an integral part of its mission and global reputation.
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    Where Thought Leadership Meets Societal Impact

    A step-by-step approach for setting mission-driven goals and achieving positive societal transformation.
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    People and Places: September 21, 2021

    University of La Verne and United Arab Emirates University name new deans, and the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign secures NIH grant.
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    The Unbundling of Business Education

    Are microcredentials the wave of the future? Or merely signs of other things to come? It’s time to prepare for the long game in higher education.
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