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One topic that seems to have attracted the most research and analysis is gender, and specifically the growth, or lack thereof, in female students enrolled across all academic levels in the business school community. Continue reading
Posted Apr 30, 2014 at AACSB Data and Research Blog
By Joseph Mondello In a recent column for TIME Magazine, Rana Foroohar made the interesting observation that the recent biography of Steve Jobs should be required reading for all MBA students. Among her persuasive arguments, two salient points bear mentioning: First, in spite of, rather than because of, his autocratic... Continue reading
Posted Jun 14, 2012 at AACSB Data and Research Blog
By Joseph Mondello Online schools and programs are everywhere. Whether you major in Literature or Logistics, there is an online degree out there to fit your needs. And, contrary to some schools of thought, that can be a good thing. Undergraduate and graduate learning has been expanded to large segments... Continue reading
Posted Feb 24, 2012 at AACSB Data and Research Blog
by Joe Mondello Recently, the Governor of Florida was bemoaning the sorry state of education in his fair domain. Too many tenured professors. Too much emphasis on research (imagine - research at an academic institution). And, worst of all, too many anthropologists. That’s right. We have a glut of anthropologists.... Continue reading
Posted Nov 22, 2011 at AACSB Data and Research Blog
By Joseph Mondello As AACSB completes the compiling of business school data for the academic year of 2010–11, one striking statistic stands out. There has been a noticeable drop in undergraduate enrollment for business programs, even as total college enrollments continue to rise. This tracks for private as well as... Continue reading
Posted Sep 8, 2011 at AACSB Data and Research Blog
By Joseph Mondello “They made us many promises, more than I can remember, but they never kept but one; they promised to take our land, and they did.” Mahpiua Luta (Red Cloud), Oglala Lakota Nowadays, when gender and ethnicity questions arise in the context of business school education, they most... Continue reading
Posted Apr 21, 2011 at AACSB Data and Research Blog
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