Working together, employers and schools collaborate to support each other’s success. Members explore topics and challenges they face, work together to develop innovative solutions and use this dual perspective to benefit schools, students and employers. Learn more about MBA CSEA.
Why MBA CSEA?
|We're all about great ideas and great people. As a part of the MBA CSEA community, our members value the relationships they develop just as much as the tools they gain. Hear what our members value about MBA CSEA:
Employer Member Benefits Guide
School Member Benefits Guide
Affiliate Member Benefits Guide
What's NewNewly Elected Board Members
Congratulations, and welcome, to our newly elected board members!
Catherine Chassanite, Audencia Business School
Danielle Grassia, MIT Sloan
Amit Puri, McKesson
Stacy Whitman, Dell
2017 MBA CSEA Award Winners
Congratulations to our recent award winners!
Tracy Handler, NYU Stern - Service Award for Significant Contributions Over Time
Tom Kozicki, University of California Irvine, Merage School of Business - Service Award for a Significant One-time Contribution
Ewan Henry, Nottingham Business School - Mel Penn New Member Award
Standards Revisions and New Standards released
In an effort to continue to ensure employment data is consistent and reliable for business school stakeholders, MBA CSEA recently implemeted important changes to the Standards for Reporting Employment Statistics, including the introduction of standards for reporting part-time MBA and specialty master's employment information. More information
Top 5 Things You Need to Know about Graduate Business Recruiting Trends
Matthew Evans, Associate Director, Carnegie Mellon Tepper School of Business provides insights into our most recent Recruiting Trends survey.
Overcoming Unconscious Bias
Heidi Cuthbertson from The A. Gary Anderson Graduate School of Management, University of California, Riverside shares her thoughts after attending our webinar about advancing an underrepresented workforce.
Mindfulness and Personal Leadership
Eric Johnson from Indiana University's Kelley School of Business provides tips for using mindfulness techniques for leadership effectiveness