2016 Innovations in Graduate Business Education panelists

Innovations in Business Education Conference

Shaping the Future of Business Education

Business is a rapidly transforming space, and it is important that the educators of future business leaders not only keep pace but also steer the course in this ever-changing environment. Further, our leadership responsibility extends beyond our students and corporate partners to include the under-served communities which must share in business success.

At Rutgers Business School we seek to accomplish this by hosting conferences where business school leaders can develop and share methods that foster in business school students the skills necessary to be personally successful and contribute to the advancement of business and the betterment of the communities in which they live and work.

Each year the Innovations conference shifts its focus to hone in on issues specific to graduate and undergraduate business education. The Innovations in Undergraduate Business Education and the Innovations in Graduate Business Education conferences run on alternating years. 

Conferences

Undergraduate & Graduate

Innovations in Graduate Business Education

Emphasizing trends and issues relevant to graduate business education, this conference brings together academics and industry to discuss the future of business education, as well as current trends and changes. 

Past panel discussions have addressed issues like the impact of technology on teaching and learning, how business schools are re-imaging their cultures and the skills companies are demanding of graduates looking for jobs in a changing business world.

15 Oct
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Join us as we explore the issues and trends impacting business education with thought leaders in higher education and industry.
Student in class.

Innovations in Undergraduate Business Education

Exchanging research and insights and ideas with other Big 10 conference schools and business school leaders, this thought-provoking conference gives educators and business people from across the nation an opportunity to exchange ideas on how to better prepare undergraduate students for being successful workers and leaders in the business world.

 

If we teach today’s students as we taught yesterday’s, we rob them of tomorrow.
—  John Dewey