AG-2020 September Small Schools Network Affinity Group Meeting GAC
Tuesday, September 22, 2020
11:00 AM - 11:55 AM
Small Schools Network Affinity Group Meeting
September 22, 2020
11:00 - 11:55 EST
Topic: Incorporating Applied Learning into the Business Curriculum
The use of applied learning techniques such as student consulting projects represent an excellent opportunity to demonstrate the relevance of business curriculum, increase schools’ involvement with corporations/organizations, build faculty engagement, test innovative solutions to business challenges, and ultimately measurable impact for students, faculty and the organizations involved. Building this as part of the curriculum can, however, be difficult at the start. This session will include a group of panelists who will share their success stories and the innovative ways in which they have incorporated student consulting projects within the classroom. Participants will be able to discuss panelists’ insights as well as their own experiences in small groups. As a result, participants will take away best practices in applied learning and ideas to incorporate student consulting projects into their business curriculum.
Kristin Backhaus, Dean, SUNY New Paltz
Roberto Curci, Vice Provost and Dean, Dominican University
Hari Rajagopalan, Dean, Francis Marion University
About the Small Schools Network Affinity Group:
The Small Schools Network Affinity Group consists of representatives from member institutions with 35 or fewer full-time faculty. This group provides networking opportunities and communications among Affinity Group members, facilitates professional development experiences and sharing of effective practices for continuous program improvement, and provides a forum for the dissemination of information between AACSB International and Affinity Group members.