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Selections Examines the Industry's Past and Future

In its next issue, to be published at the end of January, Selections magazine will bring readers “Projections and Reflections: A Look Back and Ahead at Graduate Management Education.” The issue offers a retrospective of major issues that have affected the past two decades in graduate management education and insights into the issues that are likely to shape the industry in the near future. Feature articles include—

  • “Reflections on Two-Plus Decades: A World of Difference,” by James W. Schmotter, editor in chief of Selections and dean of the Haworth College of Business at the University of Western Michigan
  • “Informed Sources,” by Jacqueline M. Olkin—a look at how business school students and corporate recruiters approach school choice
  • “Management and the Media,” by Gail Tyson—an account of the delicate symbiosis between b-schools and the Fourth Estate
  • “New Hire Power: Finding the Magnets That Attract Recruiters,” by Carlotta Mast—an account of how career services offices help employ graduates

For those who do not subscribe to the print magazine, a PDF of the upcoming issue of Selections will be available at the end of January at Supplements to the print magazine will also be available online, including a timeline of GMAT history, to commemorate the GMAT fiftieth anniversary in 2004. Just go to for all electronic supplements to the print edition.

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