B-School News Roundup

B-School News Roundup
A 15-ton sculpture of a linked chain by Chinese artist Cai Guo Qiang, carved from a single piece of stone, rests outside the MIT Sloan School of Management's newest building, E62, in Cambridge, Massachusetts
Photograph by Kelvin Ma/Bloomberg

Dean Takes the Call for Diversity Too Far: USF Official Quits Over China Students (San Francisco Chronicle)

Hult Puts Down Roots in Crowded B-School Market: Hult Business School Opens Dedicated Campus in Dubai Internet City (The National)

Former Executive and U.S. Air Force Veteran Takes the Helm at Argyros School: Chapman Welcomes New Dean of Business School (OC Metro)

Western Canadian B-School Draws A-List Talent: Lamphier: Professors from Top Business Schools Flock to University of Alberta (Edmonton Journal)

Indian B-School Applicants Question the Return on Investment of U.S. MBA: More Indians Shun U.S. B-Schools, Look Elsewhere (Hindustan Times)

Tips for Deans on How to Jump-Start Strategic Change: The Key Steps Necessary for Creating a Relevant Business School (Financial Times)

The Case for and Against an MBA: Is an MBA Still Necessary? (Entrepreneur)

Canadian Politician Reflects on the Value of His Harvard MBA: MP Joe Oliver on How B-School Was Critical (Globe & Mail)

Use Caution Before Taking the B-School Plunge: 5 Things to Weigh Before Applying to B-School (U.S. News & World Report)

MBAs With Health-Care Management Specializations Lead to Change in Canada: Fixing the Other Health Care Issue (Financial Post)

A Costly Admissions Mistake: Bad Math: MIT Miscounts Its New B-School Students (Wall Street Journal)

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