Miller College of Business Office of the Dean
The business environment of the 21st century has changed dramatically from the 20th century. A top priority for the Miller College of Business is to ensure that faculty are preparing our students to thrive in the dynamic and complex world in which organizations now contribute and compete, a world in which businesses are increasingly taking the lead in addressing the world’s grand challenges.
Join us for this inaugural lecture of the Bryan Dean Forum, "Reimagining Business Education" series. This inaugural series of the Bryan Dean Forum aims to provide leading-edge insights that will support our faculty in reimagining business education and expose our students to prominent thought leaders. The series will clarify the challenges ahead for business and business education and provide inspiration and guidance for our journey of change.
Business as a Force for Good: Why Societal Impact Matters
Higher education consultant, former President and CEO of AACSB, the business school accrediting agency
Caryn is a multifaceted professional, recently serving as the President and CEO of AACSB, the premier global accrediting agency for colleges of business. Previously, Beck-Dudley’s leadership roles included serving as the dean of the Leavy School of Business at Santa Clara University, the dean of the College of Business at Florida State University, and the dean of the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University. Supplementing her professional background, Beck-Dudley was an educator at the University Of Georgia Terry College Of Business and the University Of Michigan Ross School Of Business and an attorney in commercial and corporate law. Holding a bachelor’s degree in political science from Utah State University and a JD from the University Of Idaho College Of Law, Beck-Dudley works closely with leaders from education, business, nonprofits, and government to reimagine how higher education can serve future workforce needs and improve society.
Reception immediately following lecture and discussion.
RSVP online by November 6.