B-School News Roundup

B-School News Roundup
Tyra Banks
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Biding My Time: Deferred Admissions Offers Safety Net for MBA Students (U.S. News & World Report)

Long-Term Dean Steps Down Following Consulting Fee Scandal: Miami University Business Dean to Retire (Springfield News-Sun)

Taking Diversity to the Next Level at Yale School of Management: New SOM Degree Program Launches (Yale Daily News)

Tapping Into Silicon Valley’s Innovation Expertise: Stanford Launches First Online Innovation and Entrepreneurship Certificate Program (The Herald)

Case Studies Part of Harvard’s India Strategy: Harvard Courses Focus on India Cases (Business Standard)

Top 10 Hispanic-Friendly Business Schools: 2012 Top Business Schools (Hispanic Business)

A New Format for Teaching Leadership: Columbia Launches Its First Online Leadership Programme (Financial Times)

Questioning a Super Model’s B-School Credentials: Tyra Banks a Harvard Business School Graduate? Well, Not Exactly (Huffington Post)

At University of South Carolina, Dean’s Departure Comes as a Surprise: USC Business School Dean to Step Down (The State)

Making Accounting Interesting: Smiths Write Accounting Book Geared Toward All (Murray State News)

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