Bắn cá đổi thẻ càoAACSB networking communities facilitate networking and communication among members that share common interests or job responsibilities and include affinity groups, virtual communities, and regional networks.
Participation in networking communities is free and exclusively limited to AACSB member organizations, although a nominal registration fee may be charged to cover meeting expenses on special occasions, such as meals or field trips.
Bắn cá đổi thẻ càoMembership in the community is required to access. Select a group below to view the latest discussions in the AACSB Exchange, a member-only benefit.
Bắn cá đổi thẻ càoThese are AACSB-founded groups centered on affinity with professional responsibilities or interests. The groups are led by AACSB volunteers and formally structured with bylaws, a leadership structure, and regular in-person meetings in conjunction with most AACSB conferences.
To join an affinity group, email us here with the groups you wish to join and one of our global team members will notify you once you have access.
Bắn cá đổi thẻ càoAssociate deans or assistant deans with faculty appointments from AACSB-accredited organizations and member organizations with approved accreditation eligibility applications.
Professionals whose primary responsibilities involve business school fundraising.
Individuals at AACSB member schools with interest in the digital transformation of business through the advent of artificial intelligence, machine learning, and data analytics.
Individuals at AACSB member schools with interest and responsibilities in advocating for diversity and inclusion in academia and schools of business around the world.
Joint Session: Women Administrators in Management Education and Diversity & Inclusion Affinity Group Meeting
Coping and healing the wounds of racism and sexism.
Bắn cá đổi thẻ càoRepresentatives from organizations that offer majors, minors, or concentrations in entrepreneurship, or have a dedicated entrepreneurship center, faculty-endowed position in entrepreneurship, or sequence(s) of entrepreneurship courses within programs.
Bắn cá đổi thẻ càoAdministrators responsible for public relations, media, marketing, communications, and allied activities.
Administrators responsible for public relations, media, marketing, communications, and allied activities.
Bắn cá đổi thẻ càoRepresentatives from member organizations located in or near the urban center of a metropolitan statistical area (MSA) with a population of at least 250,000.
Bắn cá đổi thẻ càoAcademic deans serving in their initial three years as a full-time dean.
A peer networking group of individuals from AACSB member institutions dedicated to sharing best practices, challenges, and innovation in online and blended learning.
Online Learning Affinity Group Meeting
The Online Learning Affinity Group aims to be a highly participative forum for sharing ideas and expertise on various issues and topics in online and blended learning. In this session, we will host a facilitated discussion on topics of online learning and diversity and inclusion. The session will include a breakout discussion, with the following topic choices:
Inclusive teaching online (facilitated by Tawnya Means)
Accessibility for online students (facilitated by Renee Ford)
Bắn cá đổi thẻ càoStudent success for diverse student populations (facilitated by Lucian Tipi)
Bắn cá đổi thẻ càoPlease plan to bring your questions, ideas, and practices to share.
Tawnya Means, Assistant Dean and Director, Teaching and Learning Center, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Renee Ford, Instructional Designer, The Pennsylvania State University
Lucian Tipi, Head of Teaching and Learning Enhancement, Sheffield Hallam University
Management educators committed to advancing sustainability, corporate responsibility, social entrepreneurship and innovation, the Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative (GRLI), and the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME).
Representatives from schools with typically 35 or fewer full-time faculty members.
Bắn cá đổi thẻ càoWomen administrators, including deans, associate deans, assistant deans, program directors, center directors, and academic department chairs.
Coping and healing the wounds of racism and sexism.
Thema Bryant-Davis, Associate Professor, Psychology Division, Graduate School of Education and Psychology, Pepperdine University
Bắn cá đổi thẻ càoThese are a mix of AACSB-founded groups available exclusively online via the Exchange as well as outside organizations that meet in person on occasion to discuss specific topics that require a focused discussion.
To join a virtual community, simply login to the AACSB Exchange (member-only benefit) using the link below of the community you wish to join and click the orange 'Join Community' button located to the right of the community name.
Need help? Email us here so one of our global team members can assist you.
Bắn cá đổi thẻ càoAll-member community for AACSB business members (non-educational) to share with AACSB educational members their research and data and free offerings for solutions during the period affected by COVID-19.
Bắn cá đổi thẻ càoA place for anyone interested in DataDirect to ask questions, share tips, make suggestions, and discuss anything about our reports, benchmarking, and survey tools.
AACSB-accredited members dedicated to facilitating quality improvement and marketing in doctoral education in business. Must be AACSB accredited and offer doctoral degree programs in business and management and may have up to two representatives, representing both staff and faculty.
Bắn cá đổi thẻ càoRepresentatives from AACSB-accredited schools dedicated to facilitating quality improvement and marketing in doctoral education in business. Must be AACSB accredited and offer doctoral degree programs in business and management and may have up to two representatives, representing both staff and faculty.
Bắn cá đổi thẻ càoA digital platform for best practice and resource sharing for representatives of member organizations responsible for quality assurance and accreditation efforts for their institution.
Member representatives are in a technology leadership position within their business or management school or are the central IT leader responsible for their institution's business or management school.
Bắn cá đổi thẻ càoThese networks are led by AACSB volunteers that include individuals from specific regions.
Bắn cá đổi thẻ càoNetwork membership is limited to representatives of AACSB member institutions located within the respective region and populated automatically according to the country in which you are located.
Bắn cá đổi thẻ càoTo update your organization and/or address on your AACSB account, log in to and update your AACSB account profile details.
Representatives of AACSB member institutions facilitating information sharing and best practices in regard to quality in business research and education in the region and providing the Asia Pacific Advisory Council with issues that it might deliberate on and, at their discretion, bring to the attention of AACSB.
Bắn cá đổi thẻ càoRepresentatives of AACSB member institutions from European countries discussing topics related to business education of great importance or unique to the region.
Best practice and resource sharing for those representatives of member institutions in the region or others with interest in regional collaboration. Postings in Spanish and Portuguese are welcome and highly encouraged. This network is open to representatives residing outside of the region and will also serve as support to the Latin America and Caribbean Advisory Council.
Facilitating transfer of information and sharing of best practices in regard to quality in business education and to focus primarily on facilitating collaborative opportunities within the region; further, this group will raise issues that the Middle East and North Africa Advisory Council might deliberate on and, at their discretion, bring to the attention of AACSB.