B-School News Roundup

B-School News Roundup
Making news this week: A new ranking, a call for an MBA competency test, a highly paid dean, and paying the price for lying about an MBA (Photograph by Arthur Kwiatkowski/Vetta/Getty Images)
Photograph by Arthur Kwiatkowski/Vetta/Getty Images

Students From Four Canadian B-Schools Give Homelessness a Try: Students Step Up For Crash Course in Homelessness
(Montreal Gazette)

More B-Schools Start Online Programs: Differentiation: Big Names Decide to Join the Fray (Financial Times)

A Credential for MBAs: MBAs Should Take Competency Tests (Harvard Business Review)

The Latest Rankings News: Harvard, Stanford Top 2013 Best Business Schools Rankings (U.S. News & World Report)

More MBAs Specialize: Sector-specific MBA Degrees Part of Growing Trend (Globe & Mail)

NFL Players Head to B-School: 66 Players to Attend Business School (ESPN.com via the Associated Press)

Arkansas B-School Dean’s Hefty Salary: Incoming dean of UA’s Business School to Earn $375K, Making Him School’s Highest-Paid Academic (The Republic, via the Associated Press)

Canadian B-School Goes High Tech: Sauder Looks to Future With Major Media-Savvy Makeover (Vancouver Sun)

Aviation Chief Gets His Comeuppance for Faking MBA Degree: Ornge: Demotes Top Executive Who Lied About MBA (Toronto Star)

B-Schools Try to Recruit More International Students: Business Schools Bolster International Outreach Efforts (Pittsburgh Business Times, subscription required)

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