Peer Facilitated Sessions

Wednesday | February 1 | 2012 | 4:00 pm - 6:00 PM

From (11 – 11:50 am and repeated 12:10 – 1pm)

  1. Exploring Different Admissions Staffing Structures Join the discussion on how best to align your admissions staff across multiple degree programs. Be prepared to talk about the pros and cons of the structure you use—centralized or decentralized—and whether a different approach might benefit your school.
    Valerie Suslow, Associate Dean for Graduate Programs and Professor of Business Economics and Public Policy, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, University of Michigan

  2. Integrating New Faculty into the MBA Program Whether they’re new to your school or just your MBA program, faculty members need to hit the ground running to be effective. Share ideas and tactics for getting new MBA faculty up to speed quickly about what it means to be part of your MBA program and your school culture.
    Dan Gropper, Associate Dean and Professor, College of Business, Auburn University

  3. Making Ethical Decisions While Juggling Multiple Stakeholders As a graduate program director, you often get caught in the middle when goals conflict among your college, your university, the faculty, the staff, students, prospects, parents, and recruiters. Here’s your chance to identify ethical issues that may arise among your stakeholders and share strategies for helping achieve the best outcome for all.
    William Cron, Associate Dean, M.J. Neeley School of Business, Texas Christian University