Rowan University Holds Conference for College Business Leaders

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College business leaders from around the Mid-Atlantic are in Glassboro this week.

Educational leaders from five states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico all came together at Rowan University for the Middle Atlantic Association of Colleges of Business Administration Conference.

On Monday, October 8th, the kickoff featured a panel of university presidents, including Rowan's own Dr. Ali Houshmand.

The conference, which wraps up on Tuesday, October 9th, gives educators the chance to focus on learning from each other.

"This is an opportunity for us to get together and share what we're doing informally to learn from each other," said Sue Lehman, dean, William G. Rohrer College of Business, Rowan University. "... We also have a series of terrific really forward looking sessions." 

Some of those sessions include Generation Z students, access and affordability, First Amendment rights on campus, and public-private partnerships.


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