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“Why Wasn’T More (any?) Time Spent On These Topics In Graduate School?”

This symposium addresses fundamental topics in course design rarely discussed in doctoral programs, faculty orientation programs, or even among peers. At the 2022 MOBTS meeting, some of these topics emerged from informal discussions among a group of attendees. Examples include “Who is the target market in my course?” and “What is the role of grades, and what should they signal to various stakeholders?” These and other seldom discussed topics will be discussed by faculty ranging from recent graduates to retired faculty and attendees in small groups. This symposium should create a Community of Practice addressing this type of topic.

Jim Flynn
Kelley School of Business, Indiana University
United States

Dale Rude
Bauer School of Business, Indiana University
United States

John Stark
School of Business and Public Administration, California State University-Bakersfield
United States

Thomas Hawk
College of Business, Frostburg State University
United States

Sarah Woodside
D'More-McKim School of Business
United States

Jennifer Eury
Smeal Collee of Business, Pennsylvania State University
United States

Phylicia Taylor
School of Business & Industry
United States

Brittany Buis
College of Business, Northern Illinois University
United States

Danny Cagnet
Kelley School of Business, Indiana University
United States

Charles Fornaciari
College of Business, LaSalle University
United States


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