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Marketing Tourism And Hotel Management Schools In The Context Of Higher Education Globalization And Student Mobility Through Improved Curriculum And Industrial Training Offerings, Ayse Bas Collins, Aysegul Gunduz Songur, Seden Dogan Dec 2021

Marketing Tourism And Hotel Management Schools In The Context Of Higher Education Globalization And Student Mobility Through Improved Curriculum And Industrial Training Offerings, Ayse Bas Collins, Aysegul Gunduz Songur, Seden Dogan

Journal of Global Education and Research

Recent research from international statistics indicate an important flow of student mobility all over the world, creating a need to provide comprehensive information regarding educational institutions involved in the process. This study examines and compares tourism and hotel management (THM) programs at different levels, including the nature of programs offered, their curriculum, and internship components. A particular focus was given to the industrial training requirement as a core component of THM programs. Results showed both similarities and differences worldwide within the framework of the institutions compared. The findings may help all stakeholders in the education systems, including professionals, educators, students ...


Challenges To Maintaining Student Engagement And Student Organizations Activities Faced By Advisors In The Uncertain Environment Of Covid-19., Charlene Baillieul, Cindy L. Crowder Oct 2021

Challenges To Maintaining Student Engagement And Student Organizations Activities Faced By Advisors In The Uncertain Environment Of Covid-19., Charlene Baillieul, Cindy L. Crowder

Online Journal for Workforce Education and Development

Background: Interviews were conducted with Career and Technical Education Student Organizations (CTSOs) advisors from secondary schools during the COVID-19 pandemic. Purpose: The purpose was to discover the impact COVID-19 pandemic had on CTSO advisors’ personal views and lived experiences. Method: Researchers followed a constant comparative methodology, analyzing the interview transcripts for interconnectivity of the experiences by independently coding data employing open and axial coding techniques and identifying emerging themes. Discussion: The short-term effects of the pandemic were related to access and adequate technology, apathy in both students and advisors, and administrative support. More research will need to be conducted on ...


Improvement Of Professional Activity Of Students Of Physical Education Faculties By Means Of Basic Gymnastics, Sultanbek Mukhidovich Toylibaev Oct 2021

Improvement Of Professional Activity Of Students Of Physical Education Faculties By Means Of Basic Gymnastics, Sultanbek Mukhidovich Toylibaev

Eurasian Journal of Sport Science

Purpose: Improvement of the educational process, professional activity and training of students of the faculties of physical education by means of basic gymnastics .

Methods: Theoretical analysis and generalization of pedagogical and scientific literature data, questionnaires, study of observation results, pedagogical experiment, pedagogical observation, pedagogical testing, mathematical statistics. The obtained data were processed using generally accepted methods of mathematical statistics set out in the special literature in a number of manuals, which provides for the calculation of the following indicators: arithmetic mean; mean square deviation; reliability of differences by Student; average error. The reliability of the differences was considered significant at ...


Wayfair Sales Tax Nexus: An Illustrative Case Study Of Data Analytics And Data Visualization In An Introductory Tax Course, David Horn, Jacob Enger Oct 2021

Wayfair Sales Tax Nexus: An Illustrative Case Study Of Data Analytics And Data Visualization In An Introductory Tax Course, David Horn, Jacob Enger

The North American Accounting Studies

Data analytics and data visualization technologies are changing the skills needed for future tax accountants. Higher education accrediting bodies have recognized the need for incorporating data analytics and emerging technologies into the curriculum of business schools and accounting programs to meet these changing needs. This paper presents a case study developed to accommodate the need for accounting faculty to incorporate data analytics and data visualization technology into an undergraduate tax course. The case study focuses on the impact of the sales tax economic nexus standards established by the U.S. Supreme Court in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. Students must ...


Systematic Control Of Technical And Tactical Training Of Qualified Female Wrestlers In The National Wrestling “Kurash”, Ugiloy Nuralieva Shavkatovna Oct 2021

Systematic Control Of Technical And Tactical Training Of Qualified Female Wrestlers In The National Wrestling “Kurash”, Ugiloy Nuralieva Shavkatovna

Eurasian Journal of Sport Science

Purpose: The article highlights the improvement of special and physical training of athletes through systematic control of technical and tactical training of qualified female wrestlers according to the results of the study.

Methods: During the training process of qualified wrestlers, we conducted a video analysis, a questionnaire survey, theoretical analysis, motivational and effective methods, statistical methods for determining the reliability of the average adult, as well as ongoing monitoring using 3 tests: Orthostatic test, The Rufier Dixon test, Evaluation for technical movements.

Results: The analysis of changes in the indicators of competitive activity carried out at the beginning and at ...


Franchisepreneurship, A 10 Year Case Study, Peggy L. Lane, Michael R. Lane, J. Logan Jones Oct 2021

Franchisepreneurship, A 10 Year Case Study, Peggy L. Lane, Michael R. Lane, J. Logan Jones

Journal of Business & Entrepreneurship

An entrepreneurial philanthropist who wanted to help students “get on the field” of owning and operating their own businesses provided funding to name a school of business in the Midwest. He focused on the concept of working with a franchisor to help locate opportunities to get young “franchisepreneurs” started. The University would train the students on how to operate a small business, and the franchisor would help the university locate an underperforming franchise and sell the franchise to a student at a relatively low price. To qualify, a student would have to win a “franchise” competition hosted by the university ...


Humanitarian Supply Chain & Logistics Aid Management At Global Relief Services, Christine Schrage, Daniel Bumblauskas, Bennett Becicka Oct 2021

Humanitarian Supply Chain & Logistics Aid Management At Global Relief Services, Christine Schrage, Daniel Bumblauskas, Bennett Becicka

Journal of Business & Entrepreneurship

Global Relief Services is working with a world-renowned international consulting firm on a site location strategy. The consulting firm, ABC Inc., had previously supported the United Nations (UN) on multiple crisis situations over the past ten years and has experience assisting with site location decisions in the past. The GRS team, assisted by the logistics team of ABC Inc., will determine an optimal site(s) for warehousing supplies in areas distant from vendor donors. Students’ recommendations should include the optimal site location and resource allocation strategy and planning.


Graduate Medical Education On The Frontlines During The Covid-19 Pandemic In New York City- A Response To Promote Well-Being, Saadia Akhtar, Sakshi Dua, Paul J. Rosenfield, Frank H. Basloe, Muhammad Khalid, Jonathan A. Ripp, Michael Leitman Oct 2021

Graduate Medical Education On The Frontlines During The Covid-19 Pandemic In New York City- A Response To Promote Well-Being, Saadia Akhtar, Sakshi Dua, Paul J. Rosenfield, Frank H. Basloe, Muhammad Khalid, Jonathan A. Ripp, Michael Leitman

Journal of Wellness

Introduction: The COVID-19 pandemic has driven many health care institutions in the United States beyond their capacity. Physicians-in-training in graduate medical education programs have suffered the strain of providing patient care during this unprecedented time of crisis. The significant prevalence of pre-existing resident and fellow burnout and depression makes the need for action by institutions to support the well-being of residents and fellows even more urgent. We aim to describe innovative adaptations our Office of Graduate Medical Education implemented with the support of institutional leadership as responses to promote the well-being of residents and fellows on the frontlines during the ...


A Method Of Special Physical Training Of Short-Distance Runners In Athletics, Muxsinbek Sotiboldiyevich Olimov Oct 2021

A Method Of Special Physical Training Of Short-Distance Runners In Athletics, Muxsinbek Sotiboldiyevich Olimov

Eurasian Journal of Sport Science

Purpose: This article presents a comparative analysis of the results of special physical training of athletes in the types of short-distance running to determine the level of development of special physical training with the help of pedagogical tests and their results obtained at the beginning and end of the study, and on the basis of the results obtained, scientific research.

Methods: We drew attention to the fact that short-distance runners determine the degree of formation of their special physical training with the help of the following pedagogical tests. When determining the speed and strength qualities of short-distance runners, we focused ...


The Compositional Structure Of The Body Of Young Football Players 13-14 Years Old, Damir Ismagilov Kanganovich Oct 2021

The Compositional Structure Of The Body Of Young Football Players 13-14 Years Old, Damir Ismagilov Kanganovich

Eurasian Journal of Sport Science

Purpose: The data obtained by bio impedance analysis allows us to assess the state of fitness at the examination stage. The differences in each stage of the survey allows us to compare the data and thereby get an idea of the rationality of using the means of the educational and training process and nutrition.

Methods: The survey of football players aged 13-14 years was conducted using “Xiaomi Composition Scale” smart scales, as well as a bio impedance method, a pedagogical experiment, a method of mathematical statistics (arithmetic mean, quadratic mean, coefficient of variation).

Results: The body fat mass averaged 7 ...


Eureka: Identifying What It Means To Practice Student- Centered Teaching In A Hypermodern Age, Audra Diers-Lawson Sep 2021

Eureka: Identifying What It Means To Practice Student- Centered Teaching In A Hypermodern Age, Audra Diers-Lawson

Journal of Communication Pedagogy

Contemporary professional reports and research suggest that in corporate communication and related programs, we are not creating environments for modern students to thrive nor are we meeting the industry’s expectations in a ‘hypermodern’ world. Using personal ethnography, this article to analyzes industry-articulated limitations in the knowledge and skill sets of new communication practitioners, reviews contemporary literature identifying the learning needs of today’s students, and proposes a set of best practices based on the literature and the author’s own journey as a higher education practitioner of 20 years. Best practices identified incorporate elements of entertainment, engagement, and an ...


The Mediation Role Of Customer Satisfaction On Service Quality And Corporate Image - An Evidence From Lebanese Private Universities, Lama Mohammad Khawaja, Alaaeldine Abbass Ali, Nehale Mostapha Aug 2021

The Mediation Role Of Customer Satisfaction On Service Quality And Corporate Image - An Evidence From Lebanese Private Universities, Lama Mohammad Khawaja, Alaaeldine Abbass Ali, Nehale Mostapha

BAU Journal - Society, Culture and Human Behavior

The higher education sector in Lebanon faces a number of challenges due to its rapid expansion, which has had many implications for the development of the sector. However, each university competes for a limited resources. Thus, promoting the image of the university becomes an essential factor for survival. The purpose of this study is to explore the relationship between service quality and corporate image with customer satisfaction as an intermediary in private universities in Lebanon. A survey of 378 respondents was conducted. A judgmental sample of university students was selected. The framework was tested by structural equation modeling (SEM). The ...


Development Of Coordination Skills In Children Aged 6-7 Years With Disabilities Through Action Games, Farkhat Mukhmudjanovich Muradov Aug 2021

Development Of Coordination Skills In Children Aged 6-7 Years With Disabilities Through Action Games, Farkhat Mukhmudjanovich Muradov

Eurasian Journal of Sport Science

Purpose: The goal was to create an integral system of the pedagogical process, which, taking into account the age and individual characteristics of preschool children with disabilities, ensures the creation of optimal conditions for the comprehensive development and strengthening of motor and psychophysical abilities by increasing their physiological level. Activity of organs and systems of the child's body; correction of motor disorders; as part of the training, it consists in the development and use of methods and tools that have a high ability to protect the body from adverse environmental factors, contribute to the functional improvement of its body ...


The “East Side” Of Las Vegas: A Latinx Historical Framework, Nathalie Martinez Aug 2021

The “East Side” Of Las Vegas: A Latinx Historical Framework, Nathalie Martinez

Spectra Undergraduate Research Journal

Spanish heritage speakers in the United States are a reflection of everchanging linguistic and sociolinguistic pressures that result in myriad varieties across generations. This paper provides a preliminary historical framework to fill this gap of linguistic knowledge in the Spanish-speaking community of Las Vegas, Nevada. The goals were two-fold: (1) highlight the largest Spanish-speaking communities in Las Vegas and (2) explore the significance of the East Side in the history of the Latinx population of Las Vegas. Through the analysis of oral histories and historical works, the investigation highlights the Mexican, Salvadoran, and Cuban populations of Las Vegas and their ...


Qualitative Review Of Educational Interventions For Improving Physical Activity Behaviors In Older Asian Americans In The United States, Raisa Kabir, Manoj Sharma, Sayeda Tazim Zaidi, Chia-Liang Dai Aug 2021

Qualitative Review Of Educational Interventions For Improving Physical Activity Behaviors In Older Asian Americans In The United States, Raisa Kabir, Manoj Sharma, Sayeda Tazim Zaidi, Chia-Liang Dai

Spectra Undergraduate Research Journal

Physical activity (PA) provides numerous health benefits and minimizes chronic diseases and mental health issues, especially in older adults. The national survey data indicated that only 27.3% to 44.3% of older adults meet the recommended PA guidelines of 150 to 300 minutes/ week. There is limited data on PA behavior among older Asian American (AA) adults as very few to no local/national surveys have targeted these marginalized subgroups. This comprehensive review aims to identify existing PA intervention strategies and to update current knowledge on the effectiveness of these interventions to improve PA behavior among aging AA in ...


The Future Of The Live Entertainment Tax In Southern Nevada, Katie M. Gilbertson Aug 2021

The Future Of The Live Entertainment Tax In Southern Nevada, Katie M. Gilbertson

Spectra Undergraduate Research Journal

The Live Entertainment Tax (LET) in Nevada generated nearly one billion dollars during the 2019-2020 fiscal year. LET revenue all goes to the State General Fund, even though 97 percent of LET revenue is generated in Clark County. Nevada is experiencing an economic crisis, particularly in the tourism industry. Solutions from various fields suggest the best way to boost the local economy is to reinvest revenue in its original county. One policy solution Nevada policymakers should consider is to carve out a percentage of revenue generated by the LET to return directly back to Clark County to revitalize tourism.


Diabetes Mellitus Affects Working Memory, Dylone C. Braganza, Emmanuel Flores, Lauren A. Crew, Ryan A. Wirt, Andrew A. Ortiz, Adam M. Mcneela, Jefferson W. Kinney, James M. Hyman Aug 2021

Diabetes Mellitus Affects Working Memory, Dylone C. Braganza, Emmanuel Flores, Lauren A. Crew, Ryan A. Wirt, Andrew A. Ortiz, Adam M. Mcneela, Jefferson W. Kinney, James M. Hyman

Spectra Undergraduate Research Journal

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) degrades the brain’s ability to remember, think, and carry out tasks. The exact cause is not known, but several risk factors have been identified, including diabetes mellitus (DM). DM causes elevated blood sugar levels due to reduced insulin production in the pancreas. The linkage between elevated glucose levels and the behavioral impairments are not fully understood, which was the focus of this study. Rats were trained to alternate directions in a maze to receive a reward on consecutive trials. After training, five rats were injected with streptozotocin (STZ), which induces hyperglycemia by injuring pancreatic beta ...


A Timeline Of Discovery And Current Research On Primary Open-Angle Glaucoma And Emergence Of Potentially Permanent Treatment Solutions, Yonosuke Dejesus, Guadalupe Moreno Ceballos Aug 2021

A Timeline Of Discovery And Current Research On Primary Open-Angle Glaucoma And Emergence Of Potentially Permanent Treatment Solutions, Yonosuke Dejesus, Guadalupe Moreno Ceballos

Spectra Undergraduate Research Journal

This research examines the timeline of the discovery and research of Primary Open-Angle Glaucoma (POAG). By reviewing the literature on genetic and molecular mechanisms, we aim to emphasize a long-term treatment solution (iSTENT) to mitigate intraocular pressure (IOP) related to POAG etiology and disease progression. POAG is a multifactorial, autosomal dominant, adult-onset eye disease wherein the optic nerve cells become damaged due to a buildup of excess aqueous humor, resulting in increased IOP. Consequently, POAG leads to progressive loss of peripheral vision and is the leading cause of blindness in the US. Due to the multifactorial nature of glaucoma’s ...


Racial Profiling: Understanding The Practice Of Stop-And-Frisk In New York City, Lisa Ly Aug 2021

Racial Profiling: Understanding The Practice Of Stop-And-Frisk In New York City, Lisa Ly

Spectra Undergraduate Research Journal

Racial profiling has become a prominent issue in modern policing today. Instead of being based on individual suspicion, racial profiling embodies a belief that people of color are continuously singled out by the police for scrutiny and harassment. Policies and procedures make the Black community vulnerable to police discrimination and racial profiling. Floyd et al. v. City of New York et al. (2013) declared that the New York Police Department’s (NYPD) practice of stop-and-frisk was racially profiling Black civilians. This study sought (1) to determine if the NYPD post-Floyd is still engaging in racial profiling towards Black civilians; and ...


Teacher's Wages As A Mechanism To Improve The Educational Attainment Of Students In Algerian Schools: An Empirical Study From 1970 To 2018, Djouadi Noureddine Dr Aug 2021

Teacher's Wages As A Mechanism To Improve The Educational Attainment Of Students In Algerian Schools: An Empirical Study From 1970 To 2018, Djouadi Noureddine Dr

International Journal for Research in Education

The purpose of this paper is to clarify the importance of education economics as a modern approach to educational research, especially the importance of the policy of raising teacher wages as a mechanism to improve the educational attainment of students in government schools. The study used the inductive approach by examining the experience of Algeria between 1970 and 2018, where the Algerian government raised teachers' wages by more than 100% with the aim of improving the educational attainment of students. Therefore, the study adopted the standard method through a statistical model for a linear relationship linking the passing rate in ...


Relationship Between Business Confidence Index And Non-Financial Firms Foreign Exchange Assets And Liabilities: Evidence From Ardl Bound Approach, Ilkut E. Kandil-Goker Aug 2021

Relationship Between Business Confidence Index And Non-Financial Firms Foreign Exchange Assets And Liabilities: Evidence From Ardl Bound Approach, Ilkut E. Kandil-Goker

University of South Florida M3 Center Publishing

The effects of confidence indices on macroeconomic factors and stock returns are widespread in the literature. This study, unlike previous studies, examines the effect of the confidence index on foreign exchange positions of non-financial firms. Are the non-financial firms’ managers considering the business confidence index when they manage their foreign exchange position? According to the findings, while there is no significant relationship between non-financial firms' foreign currency assets and business confidence index; there is a significant relationship between the foreign currency liabilities and the business confidence index in both the long-run and the short-run. Although the coefficient is low, as ...


Perceptions Of Teachers In Educational Institutions Regarding The Principles Of Teaching Professional Ethics, Gulsah Aki, Nejat Ira, Hasan Arslan Aug 2021

Perceptions Of Teachers In Educational Institutions Regarding The Principles Of Teaching Professional Ethics, Gulsah Aki, Nejat Ira, Hasan Arslan

University of South Florida M3 Center Publishing

The aim of this study is to determine the characteristics that an ethical teacher should have, based on the teachers' opinions, to determine what can be done to raise the awareness of teaching professional ethics in teachers and to bring teachers' perspectives on teaching professional ethics principles to a conceptual analysis with focus group discussion. This research was carried out with the participation of 6 teachers working in public schools in the first semester of the 2020-2021 academic year. The focus group discussion was carried out with 6 teachers working in public schools and was held on an online platform ...


Higher Education Financing Analysis Based On The Examples Of Selected Countries, Hilal Celik, Hasan Arslan Aug 2021

Higher Education Financing Analysis Based On The Examples Of Selected Countries, Hilal Celik, Hasan Arslan

University of South Florida M3 Center Publishing

Higher education institutions are seen as the center of scientific activities. Thanks to these institutions, which fulfill the task of conducting scientific and technical research by following the developments of the era, countries develop and have a say in the world. Undoubtedly, it is very important that higher education, which has such a valuable place, is adequately financed. With the globalization, countries that increase their scientific studies by developing higher education finance methods will be at the forefront of foreign competition. In this research, based on selected country examples, current issues in higher education financing will be discussed and suggestions ...


The Effect Of The Usage Of Virtual Reality In Tourism Education On Learning Motivation, Sarp T. Kumlu, Emrah Ozkul Aug 2021

The Effect Of The Usage Of Virtual Reality In Tourism Education On Learning Motivation, Sarp T. Kumlu, Emrah Ozkul

University of South Florida M3 Center Publishing

Humanity has developed with technology by following the new products that emerge throughout their lives. Technology, especially in education, enables students to show interest by having different and fun experiences in the course. It is thought that technology in applied and theoretical courses is also considered to be important in tourism education just as it is in engineering, architecture, and medicine as an effective tool for students to enjoy and succeed in the course. Besides that, it is possible to say that it is easier for students to access information and save time with technological tools. In the 21st century ...


The Impact Of Working Capital On Cash Management Under Ias 7 Framework: An Examination Of Tourism Listed Companies In Indonesia And Turkey, Tri Damayanti, Tuba D. Baskan Aug 2021

The Impact Of Working Capital On Cash Management Under Ias 7 Framework: An Examination Of Tourism Listed Companies In Indonesia And Turkey, Tri Damayanti, Tuba D. Baskan

University of South Florida M3 Center Publishing

The objective of this study is to find the impact of capital on cash management in tourism industries. We employ three models for measuring cash management. Working capital structure is measured by working capital turnover ratio. In order to get more understand of our analysis, we hired control variables such firm performance, firm size and country specific. We applied panel analysis of 93 financial reports of Indonesian and 27 Turkish tourism listed companies. We apply three models of cash management which could not be find in another prior research. The output shows that each model found that our hypotheses is ...


Value Chain For A B School In India, Vimal C. Verma, Devashish D. Gupta Aug 2021

Value Chain For A B School In India, Vimal C. Verma, Devashish D. Gupta

University of South Florida M3 Center Publishing

Education has become the largest advertiser, according to estimates, with a large chunk of that money going toward enhancing the industry’s reputation. Due to the introduction of WTO rules, management education is becoming more competitive, and the Indian market is now open to foreign competitors as well, B schools in India are anticipating what would please their customers. The high number of applicants taking the CAT exam this year shows how popular management education is becoming. Students at B-schools and those aspiring to them are interviewed for this study, which aims to determine the value chain of an ideal ...


"I Didn't Know How All This Works": A Case Study Examining The Transition Experiences Of Student-Athletes From High School To A Mid-Major Di Program, Mitchell T. Woltring, Caitlyn Hauff, Brooke Forester, Shelley L. Holden Jul 2021

"I Didn't Know How All This Works": A Case Study Examining The Transition Experiences Of Student-Athletes From High School To A Mid-Major Di Program, Mitchell T. Woltring, Caitlyn Hauff, Brooke Forester, Shelley L. Holden

Journal of Athlete Development and Experience

The transition period from high school to college includes a myriad of issues specific to student-athletes (Bernhard & Bell, 2015; Bjornsen & Dinkel, 2017; Comeaux, 2015). The present study sought to illuminate the specific transition issues faced by mid-major, DI student-athletes by providing them the platform to describe them in their own words, and provide their own recommendations for improvement. Utilizing a semi-structured interview guide which addressed transition issues, the qualitative study included 23 student-athletes in focus group settings. Analysis of interview data led to the emergence of two themes, with accompanying subthemes: 1) Encounters with academic support, with subthemes of transitioning to campus and perceived ...


Developmental Outcomes Of University Female Basketball Athletes As Participants In Peer Mentoring Groups, Jonathan Kroll, Kathleen Mcmillian-Roberts Jul 2021

Developmental Outcomes Of University Female Basketball Athletes As Participants In Peer Mentoring Groups, Jonathan Kroll, Kathleen Mcmillian-Roberts

Journal of Athlete Development and Experience

Peer group mentoring can stimulate developmental outcomes for university basketball athletes. Seven female university basketball athletes from an NCAA Division III team participated in peer mentoring groups over the course of an academic year. By sharing about their lived experiences, the researchers were able to capture narratives that illuminated the impact of this developmental relationship. Thematic analysis was utilized to explore these descriptions and collate them into findings relevant for athletes, coaches, Athletics administrators, and others. Findings presented below indicate that these peer group mentoring experiences (a) nurtured synergistic relationships; (b) cultivated athletes’ resilience; and (c) developed athletes’ self-efficacy


Enhancing Financial Literacy Among College Athletes, Lisa M. Rubin, Mindy Joseph, Sonya Lutter, Daron K. Roberts, Julian J. Jones Jul 2021

Enhancing Financial Literacy Among College Athletes, Lisa M. Rubin, Mindy Joseph, Sonya Lutter, Daron K. Roberts, Julian J. Jones

Journal of Athlete Development and Experience

College students, including athletes, have limited exposure to financial education prior to enrolling in college (Britt et al., 2015). Athletes juggling two full-time roles as athlete and college student have limited time for financial education and the opportunity to work. Some athletes receive athletic scholarships and some do not, but either way, many athletes must seek additional funding and student loans to pay for college. Huston’s (2010) model demonstrated connections between financial literacy, behaviors, and education to serve as a framework for our study. The purpose of this study was to determine college athletes’ subjective and objective financial literacy ...


Impacts Of The Covid-19 Pandemic On Business Education: Case For The Aacsb’S Agility Standard, Lucy Ojode, Mulugeta Wolde, June Claiborne Jul 2021

Impacts Of The Covid-19 Pandemic On Business Education: Case For The Aacsb’S Agility Standard, Lucy Ojode, Mulugeta Wolde, June Claiborne

Southwestern Business Administration Journal

We explored an undergraduate business program’s navigation of an unplanned change, response to the Covid-19 pandemic-occasioned move to online learning, and the resilience of its curriculum by following cohorts of students through two consecutive courses from the end of 2019 through 2020 up to summer 2021. The exploration was aimed at the assessment of the impact of the pandemic-induced disruptions, i.e., how the school’s curriculum fared through the pandemic. Premised on the school’s accreditor, AACSB’s agility-cultivating curriculum guideline, the curriculum should adapt and stabilize post-pandemic. To identify the appropriate cohort for observation, we scrutinized the ...