President Daniels, Provost Kumar, Dean Ferrari and other attendees of the Harbor East party join in a group shot.
It was time to party. After years of painstaking effort, the Carey Business School received official word in mid-February of its accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. The Carey community marked the achievement with events two weeks later at the Harbor East and Washington, D.C., campuses. Johns Hopkins University President Ronald Daniels and Provost Sunil Kumar visited Harbor East to join Dean Bernard Ferrari and Carey administrators, faculty, staff, students, alumni, and former employees in celebrating the momentous news.
President Daniels, Dean Ferrari, and Provost Kumar share a toast at the Harbor East celebration February 28.
Carey’s point people for the accreditation effort, Director of Institutional Data and Analytics Mindi Shephard and Professor and Vice Dean for Education Kevin Frick, pose with the certificate at the D.C. event.
At the D.C. event, Dean Ferrari unveils the framed AACSB certificate, which declares Carey’s “achievement of the highest standard in management education through a commitment to quality and continuous improvement.”
Dean Ferrari and members of the Carey community at the Washington celebration on March 1.
Buttons produced for the events.