B-School News Roundup

"The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People" author, Stephen R. Covey, attending a basketball match in Provo, Utah, on March 5, 2011. Photograph by George Frey/Getty Images

Famous 7 Habits Business Author Had Second Career as B-School Professor: USU Mourns Loss of Covey, Notes Ties to Business School (The Herald Journal)

A Closer Look at How Ethics Is Taught in the MBA Classroom: In B-schools and Beyond, Ethics Matter, but the ‘Bottom Line’ Trumps (Huffington Post)

B-School Encourages Alums to Take Online Refresher Courses: UNC Courts Its MBA Alumni to Go Back to School Online (U.S. News & World Report)

Tenure Denied, But Disgraced B-School Professor Still on Campus: Professor With History of Sexual Harrassment to Stay at EMU (Detroit Free Press)

B-Schools Train Olympic Athletes to Reach for Gold: Athletes Learn from Team MBA (Financial Times)

Loss of Top B-School Officials Unsettles GW’s Undergrad Business Students: As Three Top Business School Officials Exit, Students Question Turnover (The GW Hatchet)

Professor of the Year Says University Punishing Him for Supporting University Merger: Popular LSUS Instructor to Be Laid Off (Shreveport Times)

From Marketing Professor to Jazz Guru: Former Kelley Professor Turns Music Biographer (Indiana Daily Student)

New Gig for the University of Nevada at Las Vegas’s B-School Dean: UCF College of Business Names New Dean (Orlando Business Journal)

B-School as a Tool for Aspiring Entrepreneurs: Eight Ways Business School Can Be an Incubator for Your Startup (Forbes)

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