Strategic Planning During Challenging Times. Successful Fundraising for Deans. Leading and Sustaining Accreditation. What Makes an Effective Dean? These topics and more were addressed last week at the ACBSP Deans Symposium in Chicago. Approximately 120 deans, aspiring deans, and chairs came to share best practices and learn innovative ways of tackling their most challenging situations. … Continue reading ACBSP Deans Symposium: “Strategic plans don’t take you to a point. They place you on a trajectory.” — Shane Griffith, Lee University
TIFFIN UNIVERSITY, Tiffin, OH— Kristina Collins, assistant professor of management at Tiffin University, was named vice provost for academic excellence, distinctiveness and effectiveness, according to Dr. Peter Holbrook, provost. Professor Collins will lead the academic affairs team responsible for advancing TU’s academic excellence, distinctiveness and effectiveness. She and her team will be responsible for supporting the provost … Continue reading Members in the News: Tiffin University’s Kristina Collins Named Vice Provost
The U.S. gets high marks on World Economic Forum index on human capital development, which could ease worries about higher education's contribution to a skills gap. But some experts are skeptical. Conventional wisdom holds that higher education deserves a hearty share of blame for this country’s supposed skills gap, by failing to adequately prepare students … Continue reading Top Rating for U.S. on Skills Training
Only 34 percent of colleges met new student enrollment targets this year by May 1, the traditional date by which most institutions hope to have a class set. That is a key finding of the 2017 Survey of College and University Admissions Directors, released today by Inside Higher Ed, in collaboration with Gallup. The 34 percent figure is … Continue reading The 2017 Survey of Admissions Directors: Pressure All Around
A politely ferocious debate is being waged in America right now about the best place to launch a start-up. This isn’t surprising post Great Recession—especially with millions of mobile Millennials graduating into the workforce willing to cart their STEM and MBA degrees anywhere, some of them with the next Uber in their heads. There are major bragging … Continue reading Why America’s Universities And Business Schools Are The Best Place To Launch A Start-Up
• Dr. Surabhi Aggarwal was appointed Academic Dean at International University in Geneva, effective Sept. 1, replacing Dr. Patrice-Anne Nuq who retired from the position. • Dr. James Maxwell was appointed Dean, School of Business at Lincoln Memorial University, effective Aug. 26, replacing Dr. James Hurley, who is now Vice President of Enrollment, Athletics & … Continue reading New Academic Appointments: International University in Geneva, Lincoln Memorial U, Roosevelt U, Drury U
The International Teaching Excellence Award Committee and the ACBSP home office are excited to announce a new and improved process for the Teaching Excellence Award nomination and application process. We’re going digital! The new process is completely online and easier than ever. To help streamline the process, we’ve added a nomination form to the Teaching … Continue reading International Teaching Excellence Award Process Goes Digital!
Many undergraduate business programs are based on a foundation of what are known as the FAME subjects: Finance, accounting, management and economics. Business students will gain a good working knowledge of all four subjects, but some may wish to specialize within one of these areas. Two common areas where students may choose to focus or … Continue reading Finance vs. Accounting: What’s The Difference?
Saturday, August 26 was Women’s Equality Day, marking passage of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution that gave women the right to vote. Yet today, women are far from equally represented in corporate leadership ranks. Only 6 percent of Fortune 500 chief executive officers are women and most Americans don’t expect this to change anytime … Continue reading On Women’s Equality Day, Let’s Talk Business
The Board of Directors has authorized the formation of a Legislative Advisory Committee with the following charge: The Legislative Advisory Committee shall monitor the legislative process at the national level to identify matters and legislation relating to higher education and accreditation (specifically programmatic accreditation). Each year, the committee shall gather feedback from the ACBSP membership … Continue reading ACBSP Board Creates Legislative Advisory Committee