European CEO Magazine Names Baylor University's Hankamer School of Business Most Innovative Business SchoolJan. 17, 2012
European CEO Magazine's 2011 Global Business Education Awards has named Baylor University's Hankamer School of Business the Most Innovative Business School for the Southern United States Region.
In naming Baylor, the magazine cited the school's entrepreneurship, global perspective, student connections to the business community, family-focused values, high-tech collaborations, community service and well-rounded relevancy. It called the school "...holistic, global and entrepreneurial: Baylor University's Hankamer school of Business is the embodiment of these ideas. No wonder it's been named the most innovative business school in the southern U.S."
"On behalf of faculty and staff at Hankamer School of Business, we appreciate this recognition that has been bestowed upon us by European CEO Magazine," said Terry S. Maness, D.B.A., dean of the Hankamer School of Business, who accepted the award at the London Stock Exchange.
"Our approach to business education is driven by our mission statement to develop leaders through engaged learning and scholarly exploration in a community guided by Christian values. We help students develop a moral compass, which results in leaders who will have a positive impact on the business world."
The annual European CEO Magazine awards recognize the world's leading centers of excellence. Its selection panel uses a range of criteria to select its Global Business Education Awards, including accreditation, curriculum diversity, size and student- to -teacher ratios, graduation rates, admissions procedures, job placement potential, training in technology, holistic approach and sustainability.
The winners of the Global Business Awards, which also include categories such as "CEO of the Year" and "Best Private Banking," are on the magazine's website and published in its December/January issue.
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