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Anandalingam on the shift away from the MBA

G. Anandalingam, Dean of the Robert H. Smith School of Business and an ISR-affiliated faculty member, talks with Alexander Pyles of the Maryland Daily Record about future directions of graduate education in the Smith School.

Anandalingam speaks about the structural shift away from the MBA degree due to the fallout from the recession, and how the college he leads is thriving as it adapts to it.

| Read a reprint of the story on the Kitsap Sun website |

June 20, 2012


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