Written by: Phil Hill Published by: The Chronicle of Higher Education on 9/20/2022 MBA News Digest Comment: Perhaps GME programs need to help figure how to make OPMs better by thinking through the contracting process. It takes two to make a contract. Extracted Content: Colleges are increasingly turning to for-profit companies to develop and manage their online programs. The value of the … [Read more...] about What the Faltering OPM Market Means for Colleges
Written by: The Wall Street Journal Future View Published by: The Wall Street Journal on 9/20/2022 MBA News Digest Comment: The Wall Street Journal invites students to submit opinions of fewer than 250 words on various topics. The best responses will be published. The topic this week is college rankings. Extracted Content: Students discuss Columbia University’s false-data submission for … [Read more...] about Do College Rankings Serve Applicants Well?
Written by: Danyelle Gary Published by: Wake Forest University Newsroom on 9/19/2022 MBA News Digest Comment: It appears it is the part-time MBA Charlotte Saturday program that is transitioning to a hybrid option. Extracted Content: The Wake Forest University School of Business now offers an enhanced way of learning for working professionals who desire greater flexibility when choosing an MBA … [Read more...] about School of Business Launches Hybrid MBA Program
Written by: Chris Kornelis Published by: The Wall Street Journal on 9/17/2022 MBA News Digest Comment: Performance measurement and reporting is something organizations do, so is grade-nondisclosure just delaying the inevitable? Extracted Content: If students in top-tier M.B.A. programs don’t have to show recruiters their grades, will they still try to get good grades? That was one of the … [Read more...] about What Happens When M.B.A. Students Don’t Tell Recruiters Their Grades?
Written by: Brighton McConnell Published by: Chapelboro.com on 9/16/2022 Extracted Content: Doug Shackelford, the dean of the Kenan-Flagler Business School at UNC, announced Friday he is resigning from the role. Shackelford made the announcement over a brief Zoom message shared to the school, saying he will step down effective Monday. The dean and UNC alumnus described that he was on vacation … [Read more...] about UNC Business School Dean Announces Resignation, Effective Monday
Written by: Karen Sloan Published by: Reuters on 9/15/22 MBA News Digest Comment: Is this a model GME programs should follow? Extracted Content: Stanford Law School has teamed with a new non-profit to offer what are known as “income share agreements” to law students, a move officials said will lower the cost of a J.D. for many and make it easier for law graduates to purse lower-paying public … [Read more...] about Stanford Law to offer ‘income share’ financing as law school costs soar