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

Leveraging ACBSP Collaboration to Promote Articulation for Seamless Transfer

ACBSP programmatic accreditation provides academic consistency and fosters mutual respect among members, and in the case of two specific institutions, led to a fast-tracked collaboration in the form of an articulation agreement. … More Leveraging ACBSP Collaboration to Promote Articulation for Seamless Transfer

From Academia to Industry ­— Combating Negative Career Effects

Excerpted from the ACBSP Conference 2017 proceedings. Safe spaces. Trigger warnings. Micro-aggressions. Today’s American student may not be viewed as resilient as their predecessor. According to the article Declining Student Resilience: A Serious Problem for Colleges, by Dr. Peter Gray, declining student resilience is a “serious problem” for today’s universities. What past generation students would … More From Academia to Industry ­— Combating Negative Career Effects