BizEd Magazine is a magazine that serves those individuals, companies, or organizations that are associated with business education.
In each issue, there are topics covering brand new ideas with the business world today, trends in developments, business news, and opinions from the professionals on business education.
This magazine works to examine fads and give advice and information to help keep educators and business professionals updated about the latest thoughts, practices, and products in the business industry.
If you or someone you know is involved with business education and is looking for fresh new ideas and perspectives, BizEd is just that magazine for them.
Aside from a subscription to a printed publication, the magazine is also accessible online.
Tricia Bisoux is currently the co-editor at BizEd Magazine. She graduated from St. Louis Community College and Washington University in St. Louis. She has won several awards, including a Silver Award for Best Service Feature in 2012 for content in BizEd Magazine and a bronze award for the Best Editorial Commentary Opinion in 2012 as well. Some of Bisoux’s specialities include editing, interviews, and publications. In the past, she has worked as an assistant editor and as a senior editor. Tricia Bisoux recently wrote an article for BizEd entitled “Are Business Schools Ready For the Future of Work?”.
Peter Brew is currently the dean of the Darla Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina. Brews specializes in higher education, university teaching, international relations, economics, staff development, and program development. Brews wrote an article for BizEd titled “Working at the Creative Core”.
Terence Lau is currently the associate professor and director, along with the involvement of international business at the University of Dayton. He is a graduate of the Syracuse University College of Law. In the past, Lau has worked as an attorney and director for the Ford Motor Company. He wrote an article for BizEd entitled “Eastern Exposure”.
David Bach is currently the senior associate dean for MBA at the Yale School of Management in Connecticut. He knows German and Spanish, as well as English. Some of Bach’s specialities include entrepreneurship, management consulting, strategic planning, and innovation management. Bach wrote an article for BizEd titled “Bucking the Trend”.
Jana Craft is currently the assistant professor of Business at Winona State University. She graduated from Bakersfield College, California State University-Bakersfield, the College of St. Scholastica, and the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. She has published content for the International Journal of Managerial Studies and Research and the Journal of Business Ethics. Craft wrote an article for BizEd Magazine entitled “Your Turn: Local Lessons”.
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William (Bill) H. Glick is currently the dean at Jones Graduate School of Business at Rice University. He graduated from University of Michigan and University of California, Berkeley. Some of Glick’s specialities include staff development, financial analysis, business strategy, and strategic planning. In the past, he has worked as a director, a visiting professor, and the chair of the department of management at W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. William Glick wrote an article for BizEd titled “Gazing Forward, Glancing Back.”