editorial calendar

SEPTEMBER | OCTOBER 2017

Meeting the Expectations of 21st-Century Students

Students now represent a wider range of generations, levels of experience, ambitions, interests, and preferred learning styles than ever before. It will be up to business schools to listen to what this broad base of students wants and needs most, both inside and outside the classroom.

Submission Deadlines:
Features: 05/05/2017
Departments: 06/09/2017
Ads: 07/24/2017
Issue Mails: 08/30/2017


NOVEMBER | DECEMBER 2017

Where Do We Stand on Diversity?

More women and minorities are enrolling in, teaching at, and heading up business schools. What strategies are working well to move them through the pipeline, and what more remains to be done?

Submission Deadlines:
Features: 07/07/2017
Departments: 08/11/2017
Ads: 09/22/2017
Issue Mails: 10/30/2017


JANUARY | FEBRUARY 2018

The Faculty Qualification Challenge

How are business schools balancing their individual needs for teaching, research, and practitioner faculty? How are professors taking advantage of today’s technological tools to enhance their skills? We discuss the ways that business schools are working with their faculty to respond to evolving accreditation standards and market demands.

Submission Deadlines:
Features: 09/15/17
Departments: 10/06/17
Ads: 11/20/17
Issue Mails: 12/29/17


MARCH | APRIL 2018

The Disruption of Business Education

Business schools are facing greater disruptive forces, from emerging technologies such as virtual reality, blockchain, and artificial intelligence to changing student demographics. What changes will make the biggest impact on business education in five years? Our cover story takes a look forward.

Submission Deadlines:
Features: 11/03/17
Departments: 12/08/17
Ads: 01/19/18
Issue Mails: 02/27/18


MAY | JUNE 2018

Bringing Industry to Campus

Corporations, startups, and nonprofits are becoming greater contributors to business education, especially through the real-world projects they provide to students and faculty alike. How is industry becoming more involved in business education? What do organizations view as their responsibility for educating future leaders and producing new research? And how can business schools ensure that graduates have the skills employers need?

Submission Deadlines:
Features: 01/05/18
Departments: 02/02/18
Ads: 03/23/18
Issue Mails: 04/30/18


JULY | AUGUST 2018

The Evolution of the MBA & Executive Ed Markets

To meet market demands for shorter, more flexible educational options, business schools are adjusting the nature of the programs they provide. Our feature focus will take a closer look at alternatives emerging to traditional MBA and executive education options—and the effect these newer approaches might have on business school programs.

Submission Deadlines:
Features: 03/05/2018
Departments: 04/06/2018
Ads: 05/22/2018
Issue Mails: 06/29/2018


SEPTEMBER | OCTOBER 2018

21st-Century Scholarship

The boundaries of academic research are swiftly reaching beyond peer-reviewed publication, as business faculty strive to generate scholarship with impact. Our feature focus will examine how academics are navigating a new landscape for research, which is being shaped by the rise of open-access publishing, concern over predatory journals, and efforts to prepare doctoral students for their expanded roles as professors.

Submission Deadlines:
Features: 05/04/2018
Departments: 06/08/2018
Ads: 07/24/2018
Issue Mails: 08/30/2018


NOVEMBER | DECEMBER 2018

Driving Entrepreneurship & Innovation

What does it take for business schools to become entrepreneurial engines for their communities? How is their promotion of innovation and entrepreneurship building stronger relationships and generating greater positive impact on society? A roundup of trends in incubators, accelerators, and other community-building efforts originating within b-schools today.

Submission Deadlines:
Features: 07/06/2018
Departments: 08/10/2018
Ads: 09/24/2018
Issue Mails: 10/30/2018

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