The average annual fellowship in fiscal year 2017 for a Harvard Business School student hit a record $37,312, about 5% over 2016, according to annual financial reports. Data show total annual scholarship giving in 2017 reached $36 million.
North America's first master's degree in artificial intelligence management will be offered this fall at Queen's University's Smith School of Business in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Academic Director Stephen Thomas says there is a shortage of business leaders who understand how to use AI in business outcomes.
GMAC CEO Sangeet Chowfla discusses in BizEd Magazine what the Council's research reveals about student expectations for choices and innovation in the classroom. Read more.
On Feb. 28, UT Austin McCombs School of Business and BarkleyREI shared how they built a successful multi-channel campaign in a GMASS webinar. Get the recording and slides now.
Jim Malazita, an assistant professor of science and technology studies at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in New York, is piloting an initiative to inject ethics lessons into computer science courses. In this interview, Malazita says he hopes students will learn skills to build socially responsible technology.
Countries' brands are as important as corporate brands, assert David Reibstein, a professor at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and Ph.D. student Suneal Bedi. In this commentary, they consider the US brand and factors that may have contributed to the US falling from fourth to eighth place in the 2018 Best Countries study.
Preparing students for 21st-century careers in science, technology, engineering and math will require that K-12 IT, curriculum and facilities departments work together, asserts Bill Latham, CEO and senior program designer at MeTEOR Education. In this commentary, he describes how a Florida school district overhauled its STEM education with a collaborative approach.
More money for Pell Grants, the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program and the Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights are included in a new omnibus spending bill. Lawmakers need to pass the $1.3 trillion measure by Friday to avoid another government shutdown.
Engaging students in reading can yield benefits that last a lifetime, asserts National Board Certified Teacher Carol Bauer, who teaches fourth grade in Virginia. In this commentary, she offers ways to help students connect with books, including using audiobooks to increase engagement of reluctant or struggling readers.
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