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Highlights from Higher Ed: Black History Month, MBA Outlooks, Vaccinations and Standardized Testing

Liaison launches new blog series to celebrate Black History Month Liaison International has launched a new Black History Month weekly blog series to help discuss the unique challenges in higher education faced by Black Americans, and share information about steps we are taking in the Read More
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Join Us in a Celebration of Black History Month

Liaison's new blog series highlights shared values and partnerships for equality. February is Black History Month, an important time for celebrating the accomplishments of Black Americans and recognizing their central role in the development and identity of our country. As we saw during the demonstrations Read More

Viral Disruption: The GameStop Controversy and What it Means for the Other “GME”

The GameStop story introduces new disruptions to old systems and provides interesting learning opportunities for business schools. Stephen Taylor writes about the ever-evolving GME landscape and provides insights for business programs looking for innovative strategies and practices as they recruit, enroll and educate the next Read More

Highlights from Higher Ed: Lower GMAT Scores, Faculty Burnout and HBCUs

Incoming MBA students’ GMAT scores dropped “significantly” this year Test-optional admission policies and the COVID-19 pandemic have caused Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) scores to decline among incoming students at many of the nation’s top business schools. “Of the 37 top-50 MBA programs in the Read More

Comparative Assessment: Why BusinessCAS™ Stands Out Among the Competition

BusinessCAS™ outperforms other application services by providing more tools to help GME programs meet their enrollment goals. BusinessCAS — the first and only Centralized Application Service (CAS™) for graduate management education programs — recently conducted a comprehensive analysis of our products and services to determine how Read More

Highlights from Higher Ed: Federal Relief Funds, COVID-19 and Changes to the SAT

Most private, nonprofit colleges and universities will receive no money from federal Coronavirus relief package The $1.9 trillion pandemic relief package expected to be proposed by President Joe Biden includes $35 billion earmarked for public colleges and universities as well as private institutions serving minorities Read More
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Success without Disruption: How Liaison Helped Our Partners Overcome the Pandemic’s Game-Changing Challenges

What Operational Continuity Looks Like at Liaison At Liaison, everything we do is focused on one goal: helping our partners achieve their most important class-building priorities cycle after cycle and year after year. It’s always been that way, of course, but this year the pandemic Read More

Highlights from Higher Ed: COVID-19 Transmission Trends, Counseling Center Burnout and Students with Kids

How do you say “contagious” in Greek? 91% of gatherings linked to COVID-19 cases at one school were fraternity and sorority events A new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report on the rapid spread of COVID-19 cases at an unnamed Arkansas university places much Read More
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A New Perspective on Business School Rankings

Graduate management education (GME) rankings can be as insightful as they are frustrating Stephen Taylor is the Research Director for BusinessCAS. Find Steve’s full conversation with John Byrne, the Editor-in-Chief of Poets&Quants, in video, audio or text formats here. Connect with Steve here:  Much Read More

Highlights from Higher Ed: Student Satisfaction, Declining Transfer Enrollment and Rising Business Costs for Colleges

Vast majority of students say pandemic had a negative effect on their grades A recent survey of more than 14,000 freshman, juniors and seniors at approximately 230 colleges revealed that only 5% of those students believe the pandemic had a “positive impact” on their academic Read More