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Colorado State University’s College of Business Among Recipients for Innovations That Inspire

Symphony_DixonInnovate. Engage. Inspire. Impact. Repeat. Simple instructions for Colorado State University’s College of Business’s cutting edge enhancement in business education. Such innovation earned the AACSB member school significant recognition at AACSB’s International 2016 Dean’s Conference.

Colorado State University’s College of Business is now a leader in AACSB’s Innovations That Inspire, an initiative showcasing business schools’ noteworthy efforts in transforming education management. Additional GBSN member schools that are also Innovations That Inspire recipients include George Washington University School of Business, The Open University Business School, and S.P. Jain Institute of Management and Research.

ACTIV82LRN (activate to learn) is CSU’s College of Business’s unique submission to the initiative. This e-learning platform fosters student-facilitated case discussions and in-class debates centered on the MBA learning experience.

“It is my pleasure to recognize Colorado State University’s College of Business for its role in spearheading ingenuity within the business education landscape,” said AACSB International President & CEO Thomas R. Robinson in Jennifer Dimas’s article “College of Business Recognized for Global Ingenuity, Innovation and Creativity.”

The program, along with 29 other submissions, supports the business school commitment to impacting society and global ingenuity.

Symphony Dixon is the Communication and Event Planning Intern at the Global Business School Network.