B-School News Roundup

B-School News Roundup
The Kelley School of Business at the University of Indiana has installed cameras in some its classrooms to monitor cheating in tests
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Meredith McPherron, an Entrepreneurial Force to Be Reckoned With: To Harvard’s New Director of the Arthur Rock Center: ‘There’s a Culture of Excellence in Everything We Do’ (BostInno.com)

Dodd-Frank Act Inspires Many B-Schools to Take a Closer Look at Public Policy: Schools Widen Their Political Horizons (Financial Times)

Canada’s Professor War Heats Up: The Battle To Land The Best Talent at B-Schools (Globe & Mail)

Management Leadership for Tomorrow, a Leading Source of Minority Talent for B-Schools: MLT Is Powered by Pro Bono (Huffington Post)

The Go-To Book for Job Interviews: When In Doubt, MBAs Turn to ‘Bible’ (Wall Street Journal)

EMBA Graduates’ Salaries on the Rise, But More Have to Foot B-School Bill: New Salary, Employer Sponsorship Data a Mixed Bag for EMBA Hopefuls (U.S. News & World Report)

With Cheating on the Rise Among Business Majors, Indiana’s Kelley School Takes Action:  IU Business School Uses Cameras to Crack Down on Cheating (Indiana Public Media)

South African B-School Offers Free Online MBA Classes: Online Business Education (Financial Mail)

How to Stand Out on Wall Street: There’s Good News and There’s Bad News About Going From Finance to Business School Right Now (Business Insider)

Italian B-Schools Fight Mafia Through Education: Managers of Ex-Mafia Assets (Financial Times)

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