March/April 2015

This Issue's Featured Articles

SPECIAL SECTION: STEM @ WORK



Technical Pursuits

How business education gives professionals in scientific fields an edge.

  

Plotting a Course for STEM

Why b-schools are the perfect link between business and science.

   

Best & Brightest

Two executives’ perspectives on STEM.



Wired for Business

Case studies of STEM-related programs.


Closing the Gender Gap

What business schools can do to increase the number of women in the corporate world.

What It Means to Be Dean

Highlights from AACSB International’s 2014-2015 Deans Survey.

The Human Core

Human resources management is an essential skill, but few b-schools teach it thoroughly, argues Lisa Burke-Smalley of UT Chattanooga.

Looking Back on a Legacy

AACSB’s retiring CEO John Fernandes reflects on 15 years of management education.

YOUR TURN: A Classroom Covenant

Teachers and students should promise up front how they will interact in class, says the University of Virginia’s Mark Haskins.

From the Editors

The Skills to Build

When Debbie Sterling began studying mechanical engineering and product design in college, it was at a teacher’s suggestion.

Research & Insights

Truth or Consequences

Why, if people don’t like the solution, many deny the problem exists.

Open-Source Leadership

How leaders emerge in open-source communities.

Yelp as Prophet?

Three researchers at the University of Maryland’s Smith School of Business in College Park are developing a tool to predict whether a restaurant is about to shut its doors for good.

Disgust and Self Interest

In a study involving 600 participants, researchers found that individuals were more likely to engage in self-interested behaviors such as lying and cheating after writing essays ...

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Ideas in Action

Online Portfolios Pack Punch

Helping students create digital professional profiles.

Publish and Perform

A competition that asks academics to convey their research through skits and videos.

The Business of Luxury

Marketing high-end products requires a special blend of business and design knowledge, and that’s what students learn in an interdisciplinary program called the Design and Marketing of Luxury Goods.

Careers in the Curriculum

Career development is a crucial element in any business program, but it can be difficult to get students into the career services office to take advantage of the tools and guidance it has to offer.



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People & Places



Appointments & Retirements



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New Programs

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Facilities & Centers

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Collaborations

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Honors & Awards

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Grants & Donations

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