B-School News Roundup

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Valuable Business Lessons From the Virtual World: At Some B-Schools, Students Become Avatars in Virtual Worlds (U.S. News & World Report)

A Canadian Business School Dean With Lofty Goals: Molson Aims to Be ‘One of the World’s Leading Business Schools’ (Globe & Mail)

Majoring in Entrepreneurship: University of New Haven Offers ‘Innovative’ Economics Major (New Haven Register)

New Business Launched by Native American Student at University of Nebraska Takes Off: UNO Student’s Interactive Bulletin Board Business Lands an Investor (Omaha World-Herald)

Branching Out of the B-School World’s Narrow Worldview: Management Teaching Is a Barrier to Creative Thinking (Financial Times)

After Parting Ways With Columbia, Haas Strikes Out on Its Own: Haas Launches MBA for the Executive Set (Wall Street Journal)

Life Outcomes of the Most Common MBA Majors: MBA Paths and Their Payoff (ValueWalk)

Boston University’s John Chalykoff Heads to Connecticut: Sacred Heart’s Business School Appoints New Dean (Fairfield Citizen)

Private Business School in India Snags Two New Prestigious Partners: XLRI Ties Up With U.S., China B-Schools (Times of India)

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