Lesley University Appoints Dr. Jonathan Jefferson as Chief Academic Officer and Provost

Lesley University, in Cambridge, recently announced the appointment of Dr. Jonathan Jefferson as chief academic officer and provost. Jefferson, who was named interim provost in June, has chaired the university’s Business Management Division, where he has been a professor since 2015. He led the faculty assembly in the 2019-20 school year and was its vice … More Lesley University Appoints Dr. Jonathan Jefferson as Chief Academic Officer and Provost

ACBSP Mourns the Death of Steven Frumkin, Dean of FIT’s Jay and Patty Baker School of Business and Technology

Steven Frumkin, dean of the Jay and Patty Baker School of Business and Technology at the Fashion Institute of Technology, died Thursday in Miami. The cause was COVID-19.  “With Dean Frumkin’s passing, we have lost a most valuable member of our community,” said FIT’s president, Dr. Joyce F. Brown. “Through his leadership, he not only … More ACBSP Mourns the Death of Steven Frumkin, Dean of FIT’s Jay and Patty Baker School of Business and Technology

Dr. Bruce Stetar Appointed Chair of the 2020-21 ACBSP Board of Directors

Dr. Bruce Stetar, Associate Dean/Academic Program Director at Western Governors University in Salt Lake City, Utah, has assumed the office of Chair of the 2020-21 Board of Directors for the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) http://www.acbsp.org, the first global accrediting body to accredit business, accounting, and business-related programs at all degree levels, … More Dr. Bruce Stetar Appointed Chair of the 2020-21 ACBSP Board of Directors

Teaching in a Student-Centered World: International Best of Regions Excellence Award

Congratulations to the following members who were selected as a “Best of Regions” presenter during the regional meetings held this past fall and winter. Titles are listed below. A detailed description is available for all sessions in the conference theme track, Teaching in a Student-Centered World. All presentations selected as a “Best of Regions” are … More Teaching in a Student-Centered World: International Best of Regions Excellence Award

Teaching Excellence Award Winners

Sara Kiser Teaching Excellence Alabama State University, Region 3 Sara Kiser is a recipient of the Teaching Excellence Award. Watch Testimonial Ranjita Banerjee Teaching Excellence C. K. Shah Vijapurwala Institute of Management, Region 10 Ranjita Banerjee is a recipient of the Teaching Excellence Award. Watch Testimonial Mitra Kiamanesh Teaching Excellence Capilano University, Region 11 Mitra … More Teaching Excellence Award Winners

ACBSP Celebrates the Largest Accreditation Class in its 32-Year History

The Accreditation Class of 2019-20 is comprised of 66 colleges and universities from 15 countries with business programs accredited or reaffirmed by ACBSP. Several colleges and universities were the first in their respective countries to achieve specialized business accreditation, including: Charisma University, Turks & Caicos; Ningbo University of Technology and Shanghai Business School, China; Rafik … More ACBSP Celebrates the Largest Accreditation Class in its 32-Year History

Sharon Collins to be Honored with ACBSP Chair’s Award

Dr. Kim Wong, Chair of the ACBSP Board of Directors, will present Sharon Collins from College of the North Atlantic (CNA) with the 2020 Chair’s Award at the Annual Business Meeting on Thursday, June 25. While this year’s award will be the first virtual presentation, it does not minimize the substantive work that Sharon has … More Sharon Collins to be Honored with ACBSP Chair’s Award

Dr. Sue Courtney Granted Emeritus Status by the ACBSP Board of Directors

When the ACBSP Board of Directors granted Dr. Sue Courtney, retired business professor from Kansas City Kansas Community College, Emeritus Status in May, she became the 31st person to be added to an honor roll of ACBSP’s most esteemed leaders.  If ACBSP had a first family, it would be Dr. Courtney’s. Her father was Jim … More Dr. Sue Courtney Granted Emeritus Status by the ACBSP Board of Directors

Challenges and Virtues of the Digital Classroom

The response to the Coronavirus pandemic has encompassed many changes in our respective daily lives in a very short time. Social distancing, sheltering in place, stay-at-home quarantines to reduce the spread of the virus are now a regular part of everyday life and will be for the foreseeable future. Such aspects of life were bound … More Challenges and Virtues of the Digital Classroom