The annual conference represented the largest gathering of business school leaders from across the globe, with more than 1,400 attendees and schools from 55 countries represented.
During the session, Mays director of innovation and strategic planning Mary Lea McAnally discussed how the program has helped the school as a whole to fulfill their vision to “advance the world’s prosperity”. The new strategic program for Mays includes building the school’s research into the energy field, an industry many Texas A&M graduates will likely work in given the school’s location. McAnally also discussed the additional benefits of PVP, such as an improved relationship with employers and alumni and building groundwork for other innovation programs.
Mays was first accredited by the AACSB in 1972, and just last February was recognized by the AACSB with the 2016 Innovations that Inspire award. Mays was not only featured in the session discussing PVP, but was also a sponsor for the 2017 ICAM welcome reception.
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