Accreditation Raising the Standard of Mongolian Higher Education

The administration of eight universities eagerly received President and CEO of the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) Jeffrey Alderman on Wednesday, in hopes of being granted accreditation for their programs. Jeff Alderman, President and CEO of ACBSPWhat ACBSP offers is academic accreditation, more specifically accreditation of business education programs. The US based … Continue reading Accreditation Raising the Standard of Mongolian Higher Education

A Look at Quality Culture Practices Among Universities: Contributions to the 4th AQ Austria

Members in the News: Romana Bates, a faculty member and ACBSP Champion at Danube University Krems, is a contributor to the recently published, Quality Culture — A Look at University Practices: Contributions to the 4th AQ Austria, a publication of the Agency for Quality Assurance and Accreditation Austria 4th Annual Conference 2016. (PDF available for … Continue reading A Look at Quality Culture Practices Among Universities: Contributions to the 4th AQ Austria

Share Best Practices for Marketing Your Business School or Program

Submissions due by Monday, May 15! The ACBSP Marketing Committee is offering  an opportunity for ACBSP members to highlight “Best Practices” in marketing your business school and/or programs, providing results on ways in which these efforts impacted outcomes  in terms of generating new students, retaining existing students, or creating greater awareness of your business programs. … Continue reading Share Best Practices for Marketing Your Business School or Program

Enrollment Declines, Transfer Barriers: Community College Presidents’ Survey

Six in 10 leaders of community colleges say their enrollments have declined in the past three years, including 21 percent who say enrollment is down by 10 percent or more, according to Inside Higher Ed’s 2017 Survey of Community College Presidents. The survey, conducted by Gallup, is based on responses from 236 leaders of two-year colleges, who … Continue reading Enrollment Declines, Transfer Barriers: Community College Presidents’ Survey

Why Understanding Gender Is An Essential Part of A Business Education

The curriculum at many of today’s top business schools presents an outdated vision of business leadership. Students spend hours poring over case studies that disproportionately feature CEOs and key decision makers who are men. Only 11% of the 74 most popular cases from 2009 to 2015 had a woman protagonist,1 and nearly half didn’t include … Continue reading Why Understanding Gender Is An Essential Part of A Business Education

CHEA President Dr. Judith Eaton to Deliver the Opening Keynote at ACBSP Conference 2017

JUNE 24-27 ANAHEIM, CALIFORNIA Opening Keynote Session — Examining the Accreditation Space: Accreditation and Its Constituents There are unprecedented challenges facing accreditation. During the ACBSP Conference 2017 Opening Keynote Luncheon on Sunday, June 25, Dr. Judith Eaton will share some of the key questions for accreditation and its major constituents and examine what space accreditation … Continue reading CHEA President Dr. Judith Eaton to Deliver the Opening Keynote at ACBSP Conference 2017

Colleges Pivot to Prep Students for High-Demand Tech Careers

As technology drives new career paths, colleges pivot to help students get ready. At Indiana University’s newly renovated building in The Media School, students park themselves in front of 25-inch LED monitors and large HDTVs to play video games, but they aren’t playing just for the fun of it. Actually, they’re studying. These avid gamers … Continue reading Colleges Pivot to Prep Students for High-Demand Tech Careers