Goodman Dean reappointed IPBS President

14th October 2021

Two years ago, Goodman School of Business Dean Andrew Gaudes was given a mandate as the newly appointed President of the International Partnership of Business Schools (IPBS) that included eventually creating more virtual learning opportunities for students around the world.

As his first term concludes and he looks forward to the next, Gaudes is checking that box along with a few others.  

Last week, he was appointed to another two-year term as IPBS President to carry on that work, which has seen Goodman students, and thousands of others across the IPBS network, exposed to more global learning opportunities than ever before.

It’s an accomplishment that comes by way of being president during a pandemic, challenged with advancing international education at a time when students and faculty have been forced to learn at home while sheltering in place.  

 

 

 

 

“It’s pushed us into places we’d been musing about going but we had to move into these new modalities to sustain our objectives at this time,” Gaudes said. “It’s been rewarding because of what we’ve been able to do and accomplish in this most disruptive time in our lives which, hopefully, we will never see again.”

Gaudes was reappointed president during the fall general meeting of the IPBS, hosted by Goodman. 

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