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McInnis-Bowers, Cecilia; Chew, E. Byron – Liberal Education, 2008
As crucial stakeholders in higher education, employers have long requested, demanded, and implored that colleges and universities help students develop the team skills needed to address challenges posed by innovation. Employers seek college graduates who, in the face of persistent ambiguity and within increasingly complex environments, are able to…
Descriptors: College Graduates, Interpersonal Competence, Teamwork, Cultural Pluralism
Chew, E. Byron; McInnis-Bowers, Cecilia – Liberal Education, 2004
Business educators and colleagues in the liberal arts have not found the ideal bridge, from the student's perspective, that provides a meaningful connection between the two domains. Over the years, challenges to effectively bridge the divide between liberal arts and business have come from leaders in education, the professional business community,…
Descriptors: Business Education, Liberal Arts, General Education, Integrated Curriculum
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Chew, E. Byron; And Others – Liberal Education, 1996
At Birmingham-Southern College (Alabama), the business administration program's senior year capstone course in strategic business management serves three purposes: allows evaluation of the school's academic program; helps assess student capabilities; and allows integration of learning across disciplines. The course occurs during the January…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Capstone Experiences, College Faculty, College Seniors