Author Archives: Bethany DuVal

Time for Educators to Take the Lead on Societal Impact

This article by Dr. Ernest Cadotte was originally published in full by AACSB. There has been a lot of discourse lately on the role of Milton Friedman in channeling business thinking to focus solely on creating shareholder wealth. On the positive side, this focus has facilitated a great deal of investment capital, technology development, new business,… Read More »

Training Leaders to Manage Societal Impact

This article by Dr. Ernest Cadotte was originally published in full by AACSB. In 2020, AACSB set new standards that placed greater emphasis on training future business leaders to take responsibility for the effects of their firms on all stakeholders. According to Caryn L. Beck-Dudley, president and CEO of AACSB International, “The new standards are principles-based and outcomes-focused… Read More »

Keeping Student Data Safe with TrustEd Apps Certification

“Are students risking their privacy when they take my class?” As learning technologies transform classrooms, every professor needs to ask this question. Unfortunately, finding the answer hasn’t always been easy. One of the biggest threats to student privacy is the harvesting and selling of online data. Some online programs bury permissions to sell personal data in… Read More »