3 Questions for Yellowdig’s Founder & CEO Shaunak Roy

Teaching and learning after COVID-19. Shaunak Roy is the founder and CEO of the edtech company Yellowdig. He and I have been chatting about higher ed after COVID-19, a series of conversations that grew into this Q&A. Question 1:  My institution already has a learning management system (LMS). Why should we look at Yellowdig? What … More 3 Questions for Yellowdig’s Founder & CEO Shaunak Roy

University Canada West (UCW) Expands Educational Offering Beyond Their Renowned Business Courses

They now offer Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Arts in Business Communication and Associate of Arts degree programs University Canada West (UCW) has come a long way since it was founded in 2004 by accomplished academic and distinguished scientist Dr. David Strong. Despite the challenges faced by everybody in 2020, UCW has seen two of … More University Canada West (UCW) Expands Educational Offering Beyond Their Renowned Business Courses

Tarleton State University to Host Business Leaders in ‘Executive in Residence’ Program

The Tarleton State University College of Business hosts its 2021 Executive in Residence, John Avila, at 11 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 18, via Zoom. Avila chairs the board of directors at Byrne Construction Services. He became Byrne’s majority stockholder in 1995 after a distinguished career as a senior executive at several of the nation’s top commercial contractors. … More Tarleton State University to Host Business Leaders in ‘Executive in Residence’ Program

Piedmont College to Become Piedmont University in 2021

In recognition of dramatic growth and transformation at the institution over the past two decades, the Piedmont College Board of Trustees approved changing the name to Piedmont University early 2021. The proposal was unanimously endorsed by the Piedmont College Alumni Board. “Increasingly we are viewed as a regional liberal arts university,” stated President James F. … More Piedmont College to Become Piedmont University in 2021

Interview with Chairman of the Australian College of Kuwait (ACK)

KUWAIT: Established initially to grant Diploma Degrees based on two-year programs, ACK evolved over the years into an institution with strategic international ties, fulfilling regulatory and academic accrediting requirements and offering Diploma and Bachelor programs in Engineering, Business, and Aviation. ACK’s mission has always been to fulfill its strategic direction of graduating capable lifelong learners … More Interview with Chairman of the Australian College of Kuwait (ACK)

Cal Lutheran’s Management School Gains Accreditation

Certification follows a three-year review of the university’s programs. California Lutheran University now has a fully accredited School of Management. The Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) certified the Thousand Oaks, Calif., private university without condition following a three-year review of its business school. The ACBSP noted the School of Management’s supportive services … More Cal Lutheran’s Management School Gains Accreditation

ACBSP Adds 49 New Members in 2020

ACBSP is proud to announce the addition of 49 new member campuses in 2020 representing 18 countries, including three campuses that became the first in their respective countries to become members of ACBSP: R.B. College, United Kingdom; CamEd Busines School s.r.o., Cambodia; and European International University (EIU – Paris), Thailand. Institution Degree Level Location Region Albizu … More ACBSP Adds 49 New Members in 2020

Special Issue of the TJB: Reflections on the COVID Crisis—Transitions from Classrooms to Quarantine

If there is one key takeaway from this year, it’s that we have to be prepared to pivot at the drop of a hat. No one could have predicted the series of events that occurred in 2020, and it seems that this “next normal” isn’t going anywhere for the foreseeable future. The Scholar-Practitioner Publications Committee … More Special Issue of the TJB: Reflections on the COVID Crisis—Transitions from Classrooms to Quarantine