The Stillman School of Business undergraduate assessment program is featured as a best practice in a new book titled, Assessment of Student Learning in Business Schools: Best Practices Each Step of the Way.
Karen Boroff, Ph.D., dean of the Stillman School, Joyce Strawser, Ph.D., associate dean of undergraduate and MBA curricula, Leigh Onimus, M.B.A., J.D., assistant dean of undergraduate assessment and special projects, and Joseph Wisenblit, Ph.D., chair of the department of Marketing and associate professor, combined their expertise to write the chapter about the school's assessment program. The book is published by AACSB, The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
The assessment process is a key component of undergraduate students' education at Stillman. It ensures the development of professional competencies in the areas of change management, communications, critical thinking, teamwork and technology. The process also enables faculty to monitor the quality of the undergraduate program and continuously improve and update the curriculum.
Visit the Stillman School or the AACSB Assessment Resource Center to learn more about the assessment process. Pricing and ordering information for Assessment of Student Learning in Business Schools is available on the AACSB's Web site.
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