Business Schools Are Rebooting For The Digital Age With Artificial Intelligence, Big Data Courses

In an upbeat office building by San Francisco’s Marina, a throng of Stanford University graduates is reinventing banking. SoFi, the online lender, was founded by four business school students in 2011. In six years, they have grown the fintech company to have 225,000 customers, 750 employees and $8 billion in loan originations last year, with … Continue reading Business Schools Are Rebooting For The Digital Age With Artificial Intelligence, Big Data Courses

Members in the News: A For-Profit-College Company Embraces Its Technology-Focused Past and Its Evolving Future

Lisa W. Wardell, the new president and chief executive officer of the DeVry Education Group, talks about changes in the regulatory environment she expects under the Trump administration, what she, as an education outsider, is still learning about “the complexities around learning science,” and why DeVry University recently settled several legal issues with federal enforcement … Continue reading Members in the News: A For-Profit-College Company Embraces Its Technology-Focused Past and Its Evolving Future

Free Webinar | Learn How Academic Leaders View Key Issues Facing Higher Ed

2017 Survey of College and University Presidents Webinar March 28 | 2 PM ET Register for the webinar now Join Inside Higher Ed editors Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman as they address how academic leaders view the key issues facing U.S. higher education institutions in the 2017 Survey of College and University Presidents webinar. Topics … Continue reading Free Webinar | Learn How Academic Leaders View Key Issues Facing Higher Ed

#ACBSP4Change: Give Back to our Conference Host City and Make a Difference in the Lives of Southern California Students

Take part in the 2017 #ACBSP4Change campaign to benefit the Anaheim Union High School District (AUHSD) P21 Partnership for 21st Century Learning/Science Technology Engineering Arts Mathematics (STEAM). AUHSD is fast becoming an acknowledged leader in the national movement to infuse real world learning into the classroom, as recent initiatives served to further raise the District’s … Continue reading #ACBSP4Change: Give Back to our Conference Host City and Make a Difference in the Lives of Southern California Students

Will International Students Stay Away?

Four in 10 colleges are seeing drops in applications from international students amid pervasive concerns that the political climate might keep them away. Nearly 40 percent of U.S. colleges are seeing declines in applications from international students, and international student recruitment professionals report “a great deal of concern” from students and their families about visas and … Continue reading Will International Students Stay Away?

Sharing and Inspiring Student Sustainability Research – The oikos-PRME Research Hub

There are a growing number of opportunities for students to engage in PRME. One is a joint initiative between PRME and oikos, a network of more than 45 student chapters at universities worldwide with the joint mission to integrate sustainability into education and research. The oikos-PRME Research Hub is addressed to students in economics and … Continue reading Sharing and Inspiring Student Sustainability Research – The oikos-PRME Research Hub

Accreditation Council Outlines the Government’s Role in the Process

Dive Brief: A new policy brief from the Council for Higher Education Accreditation outlines its concerns for the changing landscape of the industry, which paints a bleak picture of governmental oversight and a lack of understanding of what makes college education valuable and sustainable. The brief outlines several key areas of concern: Muddled views of … Continue reading Accreditation Council Outlines the Government’s Role in the Process

Members in the News: Palm Beach State’s 4-year Management Degree Now Accredited

Palm Beach State College's bachelor of applied science degree in supervision and management, for which four concentrations are offered, has received accreditation by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs. (Maria Lorenzino / Sun Sentinel) Palm Beach State College's bachelor of applied science degree in supervision and management is now accredited by the Accreditation … Continue reading Members in the News: Palm Beach State’s 4-year Management Degree Now Accredited

Members in the News: Making a Difference Globally — NJCU Takes Lead in International Dispute Resolution

Legislation initiated by the New Jersey City University School of Business for dispute resolution could put the state in the forefront of settling international business disputes, says Karen DeSoto, co director of the NJCU Institute of Dispute Resolution. A bill NJCU introduced to the state legislature and passed on Feb. 6 is the first step … Continue reading Members in the News: Making a Difference Globally — NJCU Takes Lead in International Dispute Resolution

What Women Want From Academia: Most Prefer a Business Degree Over an MBA

A new white paper examines motivations and the biggest challenges women face in the business school application journey. Globally, women represent a greater share of the applicant pool than men in many of the business master’s programmes, such as marketing, accounting and management. Women, however, are still underrepresented in MBA classrooms in the United States … Continue reading What Women Want From Academia: Most Prefer a Business Degree Over an MBA