A Look at Tenure/Tenure Track by Rank for Selected Disciplines
The tenure status of faculty at schools that offer tenure is a subject that is always interesting, if sometimes contentious. Schools that offer tenure or another type of full-time permanent position security often do so in order to promote academic freedom and to work to bring the best faculty to their schools—in turn offering their students the chance to study with these dedicated faculty members.
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eNEWSLINE Live to Discuss Critical Leadership Factors and AACSB's Search for its Next CEO
May 19, 2014—Available in Multiple Time Zones
In this episode of ENL, Jan Williams, dean emeritus of the University of Tennessee at Knoxville College of Business and Administration, chair of the AACSB CEO Selection Committee, and past AACSB Board of Director's chair will be joining John Fernandes to discuss his views on effectively leading today's business school, as well as the attributes that AACSB's worldwide membership are asking for in their new CEO. Dean Williams will discuss AACSB's strategic direction and the CEO selection process that has been designed to produce the right candidates for this important leadership role.
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Today's business graduates should be team players who excel at communication, critical thinking, and technical knowledge. But it's just as important that they possess deep understanding of Eastern and Western approaches to business.
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As business schools worldwide admit larger numbers of applicants from Asian countries, they must rethink traditional approaches to address the diverse needs of this growing student demographic.
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As varied as their teas, tongues, and traditions, Asian nations are a vibrant and diverse mix of countries, all with different cultures—and different attitudes about business and business education. Here, three b-school deans from Singapore, India, and Thailand address the challenges they face as they position their schools to be global players.
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