B-School News Roundup

The AT and T Executive Education and Conference Center, home of startup accelerator Texas Venture Labs Courtesy AT and T Executive Education and Conference Center

Proposed Merger Between Two Schools Hurts Freshman Yield at B-School: Uncertainty Hurts Numbers for Rutgers-Camden Law and Business Schools (NewsWorks New Jersey)

The New Finance Student, Sensitive and Socially Responsible: Poll Points to Emergence of Less ‘Carnivorous’ Type of Finance Graduate (Globe and Mail)

A New Threat for MBA Programs, Masters in Finance Programs: A Degree of Choice (Financial Times)

Maryland B-School Dean Turns to Specialized Degrees to Counter MBA Application Slump: Dean of Business School Changing Course (Kitsap Sun)

Management Professor Detained on Study Abroad Trip to China Is Coming Home: ‘Detained’ UNL Professor Returning to the U.S. (Lincoln Journal Star)

Battle of Business Schools and Culture: Dubai v. Scotland in the Classroom (The National)

European Business Schools Fight for More Women on Company Boards: Reding Calls for More Women in Boardrooms (New Europe)

Largest Incoming Class of Startups in Accelerator’s History: UT’s Texas Venture Labs Seek 12 Startups to Help (Austin Business Journal)

One Last Hurrah for a Business School Dean: UC School of Business Dean Retiring—Again (Charleston Daily Mail)

UNC Transforms Online Business Education: No Back Row (Inside Higher Ed)

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