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Sally Blount is dean of the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

Kellogg School of Management

Sally Blount is dean of the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

Dean Edward Snyder’s Ambitious Game Plan: Is Michigan State Really Better than Yale? (New York Times)

Getting the Best Bang for Your Buck: 10 Least Expensive Public B-Schools for Out-of-State Students (U.S. News & World Report)

Courting Women Leaders: More B-Schools Choose Women as Deans (Wall Street Journal)

Secrets Not Revealed by the GMAT: What the GMAT Doesn’t Predict (Forbes)

Islamic Finance’s Growing Appeal: Why Is Islamic Finance Important for MBAs? (The Independent)

In India, MBA Degree Often Comes With Little Payoff: Only One in Five MBAs Employable: Survey (The Times of India)

Cross-Disciplinary Programs Give Students an Edge: Your Money—Schools Pitch New Degrees at Job-Focused Students (Reuters)

Admissions Officers Embrace Innovation: The Creative Route to an MBA (Financial Times)

Grand Valley State’s MBA Growing Pains: What GVSU Learned from First Graduates of New MBA Program (MLive.com)

A Chat With Haas’s Julia Min Hwang: Haas Takes Its MBA Program Into the Real World (San Francisco Business Times)

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Damast is a staff writer for Bloomberg Businessweek.

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