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Michigan gets $60m to shape entrepreneurs

Alumnus Sam Zell pledges $60m to help develop start-ups

Peter Todd, James McGill Professor and Dean Desautels Faculty of Management. Photographed in OSB this afternoon.

Desautels’ Peter Todd to be dean of HEC

Canadian will be the first non-French dean of HEC

MBA jobs and salaries on the rise in 2015

GMAC says more companies to hire MBAs, particularly in the US

Alison Davis-Blake, dean of the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business

Alison Davis-Blake to step down at Ross

Ten 10 years a dean, Prof Davis-Blake now wants a university role

May 9, 2015. Shanghai – China Europe International Business School, the leading business school in China, has announced that Professor Ding Yuan will be its new Dean as of June 1. Before joining CEIBS in 2004 Professor Ding, a French citizen, was a tenured faculty member of HEC School of Management in Paris, France. He is currently Co-Director of CEIBS’ Centre for the Globalisation of Chinese Companies which recently presented – at events across Europe – its findings on the unique “light touch” integration model that Chinese companies have developed for their strategic investments and acquisitions abroad. He is also Cathay Capital Chair Professor in Accounting and Associate Dean with responsibility for Faculty and has played an instrumental role in promoting faculty recruitment and retention as well as in fostering faculty culture. Prof. Ding is also quite popular inside the classroom, receiving the CEIBS Teaching Excellence Award in 2005, 2007 and 2013, and the CEIBS Research Excellence Award in 2011. “I’m honoured to serve CEIBS in this new role,” said Prof. Ding. “I have great respect for all who have been a part of what has been accomplished so far and I look forward to building on the legacies of those who have come before me. I recognise that these are extremely competitive times; I am also convinced that we are up to the challenge.” Prof. Ding replaces Hellmut Schutte who has been appointed Dean Emeritus of CEIBS. With Prof. Schutte at the helm, CEIBS had seen steady growth with strong performance in global rankings and the addition of new programmes. “During his tenure, Prof. Hellmut Schütte has been committed to internationalisation and online education. It is our sincere hope that he will maintain close ties with CEIBS as Dean Emeritus and a member of the CEIBS community,” said CEIBS President Li Mingjun.

A clutch of new deans for global schools

Cass and Utas look to US, Lancaster and Ceibs stay close to home

UCLA receives $100m from Anderson family

Anderson at UCLA benefits from a return to philanthropic giving

Unproductive: caring too much does not make our employer any richer

Career tactics differ in millennials

A nice office and salary no longer appeals to next generation

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Power of Moocs used to create MBA

Illinois and Coursera will use eight specialisations for iMBA

Nova promotes Daniel Traça to the dean’s job

Portuguese school appoints dean at time of substantial growth

Rady gives UC San Diego a further $100m

The donation will be used to attract and retain top scholars

Emerging markets challenge US might

After two decades on the global stage, little has been achieved

BU renamed Questrom school with $50m gift

The legendary retailing executive gives largest gift in university history to attract top professors

Ceibs and Iese launch joint EMBA

Chinese and Spanish business schools extend partnership


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