Temple business school dean apologizes for scandal, aims to rejoin rankings in 6-8 months
Temple University's interim business school dean apologized for this year's rankings scandal and said the school is aiming for a "thorough scrubbing" of its human resource and data oversight in hopes of rejoining outside rankings in the next six to eight months. Following the shocking rankings scandal, dean Ronald C. Anderson said Temple's business school is juggling a twofold mission: to de-emphasize the importance of rankings in its own culture, and at the same time, to clean up the internal process by which the school compiles data for the highly competitive outside rankings, which are collected by outlets such as U.S. News and World Report, the Financial Times , and the Economist.
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