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    Women Deans on Leading Through Covid-19

    Seven women deans discuss the lessons they learned while starting new positions during the pandemic.
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    Can Mentorship Reduce Gender Inequity?

    A report explores why more women aren’t advancing to the C-suite, and a forthcoming study offers an unconventional solution: Ask more women to mentor men.
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    Developing Leaders for Future Impact

    Business education leaders from around the world gather to explore new ways forward after a year of pandemic impacts.
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    Expect Even Bigger Changes Ahead

    COVID-19 hastened large-scale digital transformation in business schools—now we need pandemic-independent innovations that respond to global trends.
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    Why Apprenticeships Are a Missed Opportunity

    Business schools should take a closer look at the many advantages that apprenticeships have to offer.
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    People and Places: March 2, 2021

    Samford University names a new dean, Imperial College London becomes a hub for green finance, and the American Marketing Association honors top scholars.
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    Innovating by Example

    Faculty at Bryant University teach students how to navigate a crisis in real time.
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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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    Advancing More Ethical Artificial Intelligence

    A business school takes a multidisciplinary approach to teaching students about the critical role of ethics in the deployment of artificial intelligence.
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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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    Encouraging Integrity Is Easier Said Than Done

    We must shift our focus from enforcing standards of academic integrity to educating students about what integrity is—and why it matters.
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    Designing the Application Process to Reduce Academic Fraud

    Utilizing a technology-driven verification tool can help drastically reduce instances of academic fraud and uncertainty around student qualifications.
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    International Students Put Enrollments On Hold

    International applications to U.S. master’s and doctoral programs increased in 2020—but first-time enrollments of international graduate students declined.
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    Drop in Student Aid Applications Tied to COVID

    Researchers extrapolate from data in the California school system.
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