The University of Delaware’s Alfred Lerner College of Business partnership with JPMorgan Chase to create the on-campus JPMorgan Chase Innovation Center has been nationally recognized.
The facility provides on-campus jobs and research opportunities to train the future workforce.
Last month, during the 2016 Deans Conference, AACSB International (AACSB), the global accrediting body and membership association for business schools, it was included among a sampling of 30 innovations that represent how business schools are innovating and diversifying the business education environment
This initiative reflects the groundbreaking approach to business management education that was one of 30 innovations recognized as part of AACSB International’s inaugural Innovations That Inspire.
Business schools have long been important drivers of change by creating an environment where out-of-the-box thinking flourishes.
“Globally business schools are contributing to society in unprecedented ways, through their groundbreaking ideas, pioneering academic practices, and unwavering commitment to preparing the business leaders of the future,” said Thomas R. Robinson, president and chief executive officer of AACSB.
“The Innovations That Inspire initiative brings visibility to the innovation, creativity, and entrepreneurship ingrained into the DNA of business schools. We’re proud to highlight a sample of the depth, and breadth, of ingenious thinking that takes place in management education every single day.”
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