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AACSB Associate Deans Conference

Join us at the Associate Deans Conference and hear from schools worldwide on how to thrive while handling the unique challenges of your position. Find out how you can most effectively work with your dean, faculty, staff, and other business stakeholders to help drive the achievement of your school's mission and strategic goals.

11/11/2013 to 11/13/2013
When: November 11-13, 2013
Where: Pheonix, Arizona

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Optimizing Programs, Processes and Stakeholder Relations

You are not alone. All around the world, others just like you are trying to balance their responsibilities to be successful in their position. Whether you're an associate/assistant dean, department chair, in charge of program management and curriculum, or responsible for internal b-school operations (academic affairs, faculty development etc.), we have an event designed exclusively for you.

Join us at the Associate Deans Conference and hear from schools worldwide on how to thrive while handling the unique challenges of your position. Find out how you can most effectively work with your dean, faculty, staff, and other business stakeholders to help drive the achievement of your school's mission and strategic goals.

This conference is an opportunity to get off campus and reflect on the key purpose of your position. Attend the conference to stay on top of trends by examining what others are doing at their b-school and connect with others in your shoes to find solutions to challenges specific to your position.

Who Should Attend

Aspiring, new, or experienced associate deans, and assistant deans, deans with responsibility for internal business school operations, program directors, department chairs, faculty, curriculum, and business school teams.

Conference Chair

Stefanie A. Lenway
The Eli and Edythe L. Broad Dean, The Eli Broad College of Business
Michigan State University

Conference Seminars

Lessons for Aspiring Deans

The seminar will begin on Sunday, November 10 at 8:00 a.m. and end on Monday, November 11 at noon.

Please note that this seminar is being held at the same location as theAssociate Deans Conference, November 11-13, 2013Each event requires a separate registration fee.

Also occurring on this date and in this location will be the Seminar for New Associate Deans. Please visit the AACSB website for more information about fees and registration.

Facilitators:

Craig M. McAllaster, Dean and Professor of Management, Roy E. Crummer Graduate School of Business, Rollins College, Member, 2013-2014 AACSB Board of Directors

Lynne D. Richardson, Dean and Professor of Marketing, College of Business, University of Mary Washington

Registration and Fee Schedule (Event Code: SM-LAD1113)

Received by
October 10, 2013

Received after
October 10, 2013

1st and 2nd Member (per person)

645 USD

745 USD

3rd and Subsequent Member

545 USD

645 USD

Non-Member

795 USD

895 USD

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New Associate Deans Seminar

The seminar will begin on Sunday, November 10 at 8:30 a.m. and end on Monday, November 11 at 1:30 p.m.

Please note that this seminar is being held at the same location as the Associate Deans Conference, November 11-13, 2013Each event requires a separate registration fee.

Also occurring on this date and in this location will be the Lessons for Aspiring Deans Seminar. Please visit the AACSB website for more information about fees and registration.

Facilitators:
John Mooney, Associate Professor of Information Systems and Technology Management, Graziadio School of Business and Management, Pepperdine University
Deborah Spake, Dean, College of Business Administration, Kent State University

Registration and Fee Schedule (Event Code: SM-SNA1113)

Received by
October 10, 2013

Received after
October 10, 2013

1st and 2nd Member (per person)

795 USD

895 USD

3rd and Subsequent Member

695 USD

795 USD

Non-Member

945 USD

1,045 USD

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Conference Hotel and Travel Information

The conference will begin with registration on November 11th and will end on November 13th.

Suggested dress is business casual. Click here for weather in Phoenix, Arizona

Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel
50 East Adams Street
Phoenix, Arizona 85004
Ph: +1 602 333 0000
Check in: 4:00 p.m.
Check out: 12:00 p.m.

An artful urban retreat among downtown Phoenix hotels; with stylish new guest rooms, the Renaissance Phoenix Downtown combines the body of a full-service business and convention hotel with the soul of a boutique hotel. Discover the finest in downtown Phoenix, AZ accommodations that are convenient to the city's business and convention districts. Our Phoenix hotel's alluring colors and modern design elements welcomes travelers with Renaissance's world-class localized service. Outside, the best of downtown is steps away. Walk to a Sun's game at the US Airways Center or a Diamondback's game at Chase Field. Hop on the light-rail and head to the museum district, home to the word-class Heard Museum. Check out the Phoenix Zoo, the historic Orpheum downtown theater, or our thriving arts scene. Phoenix also has great restaurants and pubs that are sure to satisfy. When your stay is complete, Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is conveniently close for a quick return. Welcome to the Renaissance Phoenix Downtown.

Each delegate is responsible for making his or her own hotel reservation. The cost of the hotel room is not included in the registration fee. Any guest room changes, cancellations, etc., are the delegate’s responsibility and must be made directly with the hotel according to the guidelines below in order to avoid financial penalty. A room block is being held at the Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel for AACSB International Conference participants. Preferred room rate is159 USD per night, single or double occupancy, plus tax. When making reservations, please ask for the AACSB Conference block to receive the preferred room rate. The Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel must be contacted no later than October 14, 2013 to receive the group discount room rate. Sleeping rooms are based on availability and may sell out prior to the cut-off date.

When making arrangements through travel websites or an agent, the negotiated AACSB rates may not always be available. Please request your travel agent to book your room in the AACSB-negotiated room block for the event.


Conference Fees

Received by September 30:
Received after September 30:
1st and 2nd Member
895 USD
1,095 USD
3rd and Subsequent Member
795 USD
995 USD
Non-Member
1,095 USD
1,295 USD

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