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Visits to real-world companies benefit students and corporations alike. Find out how one professor reinforces classroom learning by immersing his class in the day-to-day operations of manufacturing and service organizations.

The New Face of Number Crunching

The accounting profession is still suffering from old stereotypes: stagnant and boring number crunching. Mention the word “accountant” and people still picture a worker hunched over a desk, never seeing the light of day. That couldn’t be farther from the truth. 

On the heels of some pretty big mistakes by some pretty big companies, rules and regulations are constantly changing in all areas of accounting: the fiscal cliff caused unexpected tax law changes; the SEC continually issues guidance for reporting transactions.

Tossing a Curve in Class

What baseball history can tell business students

Lessons from the Fed Challenge

Turning business education into rocket fuel

The Flipped Classroom

To teach effectively, reverse the curse of the lecture hall: Instead of lecturing in class and giving homework for home, flip it - give the lectures at home, and do the homework in class.

Cultivating Creativity

Failure is an option - and it should be.

Why Business Students Need Sustainability

Go green, get hired.

Business Students: Leave Your Guilt at the Door

Capitalism with a conscience can save the world.

Environmental Evasion

Why are the world’s leaders so cool to global warming?

How to Help College Graduates Hit the Market Running

Career Launches and the Slow-Growth Economy


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