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March | April 2010
Passport to Success
Students at Xavier University’s Williams College of Business follow a closely mapped career development plan that builds from activity to activity and year to year.
Testing, 1 ... 2 ...
By using two approaches to testing—a standardized test and a homegrown core concept test—business schools can draw a more complete picture of student learning.
Putting Learning to the Test
Frequent testing leads to assurance of learning—but only if the tests are done right.
A five-point strategy helps schools overcome faculty resistance to assurance of learning programs and encourages professors to invest in the assessment process.
Making Sense of Assessment
Banking on Customers
Barbara Desoer has helped shepherd Bank of America’s Home Loans division through the collapse of the housing market. She knows that giving customers what they want is the only sure road to economic recovery.
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International Student Recruitment in Times of Global Crisis
Strategies that business schools can apply to admissions, innovation, and risk mitigation.
Building More Diverse, Equitable, and Inclusive Cultures
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