“Digital fatigue is painfully real and growing, and the effects of conducting our business lives in two dimensions—when we relied on three in the past—are palpable,” says U of R Professor Allison Fraiberg.

At its core, business is about people connecting through language, written and verbal, says Allison Fraiberg, professor of communication and cultural studies in U of R’s School of Business. But now the COVID-19 pandemic has changed our communications landscape in profound and meaningful ways. “We are all learning to use new apps and virtual platforms … More “Digital fatigue is painfully real and growing, and the effects of conducting our business lives in two dimensions—when we relied on three in the past—are palpable,” says U of R Professor Allison Fraiberg.

Business School Students Obtain 2nd and 3rd Place in the ACBSP-CompanyGame International Tournament

• 39 universities from Argentina, Mexico, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Chile, the Dominican Republic, Honduras, among other countries participated. • Competencies such as business analysis and planning, decision making, communication, teamwork and systems thinking were evaluated. The students of the Business School of the Universidad Anáhuac Puebla, Fernanda Estefanía Elvira Martínez, Marcial Francisco Peñaloza Chong, and … More Business School Students Obtain 2nd and 3rd Place in the ACBSP-CompanyGame International Tournament

American Public University System Renames its School of Business in Honor of President Emeritus Dr. Wallace E. Boston

Naming Pays Tribute to Dr. Boston Building APUS as a Trailblazer of Affordable Online Higher Education CHARLES TOWN, W.Va., Nov. 19, 2020 /PRNewswire/ —American Public University System (APUS) has renamed its business school the Dr. Wallace E. Boston School of Business, to commemorate Dr. Boston’s nearly two decades of leadership as a C-level executive and board … More American Public University System Renames its School of Business in Honor of President Emeritus Dr. Wallace E. Boston

Purdue University Global professor honored by ACBSP for presentation about ‘Becoming a Major League Leader’

Rebecca Herman INDIANAPOLIS — Rebecca Herman has dual passions – baseball and leadership. The Purdue University Global professor combined the two in a presentation titled “Becoming a Major League Leader,” which was recognized with “best of region” honors at the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) Region 4 Conference earlier this month. Using … More Purdue University Global professor honored by ACBSP for presentation about ‘Becoming a Major League Leader’

East Central University Tops List of Global Pitch Competitors

East Central University’s Entrepreneurship program continues to ascend on the world stage, boasting the most students in an upcoming global pitch competition. Seven of the 110 international competitors selected for the 2020 Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization (CEO) Virtual Pitch Competition are ECU students. They were chosen from more than 300 applicants representing 151 global campuses. No … More East Central University Tops List of Global Pitch Competitors

Recognizing ACBSP’s Hispanic and Latin American Leaders During Hispanic Heritage Month

ACBSP celebrates the culture and contributions of our volunteer leaders of Hispanic and Latin American descent during Hispanic Heritage Month—September 15-October 15. Board of Directors Debbie Gaspard • Metropolitan Community College – Nebraska Board of Commissioners Clarissa Cota • College of Southern Nevada- Nevada Alvaro Carrizosa • Universidad del Rosario – Colombia Council of Regional … More Recognizing ACBSP’s Hispanic and Latin American Leaders During Hispanic Heritage Month

Western Governors University: Helping Displaced Students Finish What They Started

Large enough to help at scale. Personalized enough to help each student. The COVID-19 pandemic has left 20 million college students nationwide unsure of how they will achieve their goals. For those facing the worst-case scenarios—closure of either their degree programs or their entire schools— an unexpected, urgent search for a plan B will add … More Western Governors University: Helping Displaced Students Finish What They Started

Hispanic Heritage Month: Honoring Our ACBSP Member Campuses in Hispanic or Spanish-Speaking Countries

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, ACBSP recognizes the rich history, culture, and influence of our diverse membership, and the 90 campuses in 16 Hispanic or Spanish-speaking countries, including Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Curaçao, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Spain, and the United States: The following ACBSP members are … More Hispanic Heritage Month: Honoring Our ACBSP Member Campuses in Hispanic or Spanish-Speaking Countries

Claflin in Top 10 for 10th Year in Ranking of HBCUs

Claflin’s student-focused academic programs and a faculty comprised of world-class scholars contributed to U.S. News and World Report ranking the university ninth in its 2021 list of the nation’s top historically Black colleges/universities (HBCUs). Claflin has earned a place among the top 10 HBCUs in the publication’s prestigious ranking for 10 consecutive years. U.S. News … More Claflin in Top 10 for 10th Year in Ranking of HBCUs

ACBSP Announces the Release of Volume 5 of The Transnational Journal of Business

The Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP), http://www.acbsp.org, is the first accrediting body for business schools to support scholarly research by publication of a peer-reviewed journal. The Library of Congress has recognized the journal by issuing an International Standard Serial Number, ISSN 00-2151-6022. The five articles selected underwent an extensive double-blind, peer-reviewed process before … More ACBSP Announces the Release of Volume 5 of The Transnational Journal of Business