Some of our members share their experiences with SBAA

What Our Members Say

SBAA has provided invaluable career support and I credit it with my long tenure in the dean’s position. I attended my first SBAA meeting in the late 1990’s as a “young” associate dean. I was surprised by the warmth and acceptance of the group, and have been active in the organization since that first meeting. For the past 18 years, I have relied heavily on the network, professional development opportunities, and relationships provided by membership in SBAA.

– Linda U. Hadley, Ph.D., Dean Emeritus at CSU and Past Chair of AACSB

The SBAA is a great forum for information sharing among schools of business. This organization gives me amazing opportunities to interact with administrators from a variety of schools that have many of the same concerns and issues. The SBAA is a fantastic community of people that are willing to share and to help.

– Michael R. Weeks, Dean and Robert A. Jolley Chair of Business Administration for the Tommy and Victoria Baker School of Business at the Citadel

Membership in SBAA has offered me the opportunity to network with other Deans, explore ideas with academic experts, and connect with a tremendous group of colleagues.

– Barbara A. Ritter, Dean of Davis of College of Business and Executive Director of Career Services at Jacksonville University

SBAA is a great venue for networking. We have members from schools with a range of sizes and missions. The programs we have and the conversations we have helped me better understand the many ways business schools add value to a university

– Robert T. Sumichrast, Dean and Richard E. Sorensen Chair, Pamplin College of Business, Virginia Tech