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Chair's Exchange:
Scholarly Research Drives
Business Education

By Linda Livingstone, Dean and Professor
School of Business, The George Washington University
Chair, AACSB Board of Directors
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Dean's Corner:
Undergraduate Education Matters: Success Through Internationalization

By Steven Haberman, Dean
Cass Business School
City University London
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FEATURES | January 2015

Flipping the Script: AACSB CEO John Fernandes on Leading Organizational Impact
AACSB president and CEO John Fernandes answers questions on the minds of many, including wisdom Fernandes has gained about globalizing an organization, identifying and implementing appropriate strategies, leading cultural change, and winning trust. Here are some of his accomplishments and insights.
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What's New for New Doctorates in the US?
How do the prospects look for new doctorates planning to teach at business schools in the U.S.? In addition to looking at salaries for full-time faculty and administrators, the 2014-2015 Salary Survey reports that will be released later this month break down the counts of new hires that are new doctorates and the salary ranges and averages reported for these new faculty by discipline.
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AACSB Board of Directors Election Takes Place January 16-31, 2015
Official representatives of AACSB member institutions will soon be asked to vote for open positions on the AACSB International Board. Voting will take place during the last two weeks of January.
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Eric Cornuel Receives Fernandes Leadership Award
Eric Cornuel, director general and CEO of the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD), was awarded the John J. Fernandes Strategic Leadership Award at the 2014 Annual Meeting of Decision Sciences Institute.
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Ada Meloy Remembered
AACSB International, along with the higher education community at large, was saddened to learn of the tragic passing of Ada Meloy, general counsel to the American Council on Education (ACE), this past Thanksgiving (U.S.) holiday.
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Latest BizEd Articles

> Passion Projects
The following article describes how three professors found projects they believed in, jumping into uncharted waters to create something that didn’t exist at their schools before. Becoming academic entrepreneurs presented big challenges, they say, but the payoffs—to their students, their schools, their communities, and themselves—were worth the effort.

> Big Ideas on Campus
Today's business schools are all about innovation. Not only are they teaching students how to think creatively, they’re revamping their own campuses with new courses, delivery systems, and financial models. The following article offers a selection of intriguing courses, individuals, and ideas that showcase the types of experimentation and innovation happening at b-schools right now.

> Difersifying the B-School Model
The 21st-century business school will need to emphasize globalization, leadership, critical thinking, and change management. It also might need to revise how education is actually delivered.

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