Associate Dean of the Metropolitan College of New York School for Business, Radhika Jha, has been elected Secretary of the Board of Directors of Region 1 of the Accreditation Council of Business Schools & Programs (ACBSP). Her term as Secretary begins in June 2022. The MCNY School for Business is accredited by ACBSP and under Region 1 (North-Eastern Council).
“It’s an honor to be on the board of ACBSP Region 1 (U.S Northeast),” said Radhika Jha, “The School for Business at MCNY continues to benefit from ACBSP’s commitment to advancing excellence in business education worldwide.”
Please join us in congratulating Associate Dean Jha and wishing her the best of luck as an ACBSP Region 1 Board member.
In 2021, A.D. Jha presented at the ACBSP Northeastern Region (1) Virtual Conference and won “Best of Regions” for her research presentation, which was awarded at the annual conference in Miami, Florida in June.
More about Radhika Jha
Radhika Jha is the Associate Dean and Director of Graduate and Undergraduate Programs at the School for Business, Metropolitan College of New York. She is also full-time faculty at the School for Business and teaches Economics and Finance courses in the undergraduate and MBA Programs.
She represents School for Business, MCNY as the Co-Champion in Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) and is the Faculty Advisor for Delta Mu Delta International Honor Society. She has presented at many regional and national level conferences and published widely in the field of microfinance, micro-enterprises and socio-economic development. Her current research interests are in digital and online educational technology.
Radhika Jha’s higher education experience includes a master’s in Economics from HNB University India a master’s in Applied Quantitative Research from New York University (NYU). She holds a Portfolio Manager Certification (CPM) from the Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India (ICFAI) and a Certification of Business & Finance from Columbia University, New York. She is currently pursuing her doctorate at UAlbany, State University of New York.