Moeller High School names 1997 graduate Justin Bayer as its new athletic director

SYCAMORE TOWNSHIP, Ohio — Moeller High School named Justin Bayer as the school’s new athletic director Monday morning.

Bayer, a 1997 Moeller High School graduate, has a successful business, fundraising and education background, according to the school.

Bayer, who begins his athletic director duties July 1, ran cross country and track at Moeller. He directed the school’s campus ministry and retreats after graduating from college.

“The minute I saw the job description, I couldn’t think of another opportunity that match my professional experiences, natural aptitudes and passions,” Bayer said in a statement.

“I’m honored to work alongside a committed administration team who is focused on making Moeller the best high school in the country, humbled to be the next leader of a proud legacy of impacting the lives of past, current and future ‘Men of Moeller,’ and incredibly excited to continue to build a championship culture.”

Bayer does not arrive

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Top graduate management education trends for international students: report

Despite a pandemic on hand, students’ interest in graduate management education (GME) hasn’t waned, a new report shows. The Graduate Management Admission Council’s (GMAC) 2021 Prospective Students Survey Report has found that programmes in 2021 continue to grow among prospective students. This trend coincides with waning concerns about the impact of COVID-19.

The proportion of respondents reporting that they are extremely or very concerned about COVID-19 declined from 41 to 33% over the survey period. Three in four (73%) international candidates planning to pursue an MBA outside their country of citizenship are not changing their original plans despite the pandemic.

While there are variations in the levels of concern, most respondents continue to exhibit strong confidence in the value of a graduate business degree. Overall, four in five (84%) candidates strongly agree or agree that a graduate business degree helps someone stand out at work. The report’s findings are

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Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, 60% of graduate management education programs experienced a rise in female candidate applications in 2020. Comparably, in 2019, only 41% of programs did, according to a recent Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) study.

Part of the “ Prospective Students Survey,” which included responses from over 1,000 participants from July to December, analyzed the motivations and career aspirations of female candidates pursuing a graduate management education on both a local and international scale. Looking specifically at female candidates, the data was divided into study destinations and program types.

“We at GMAC are highly committed to not only helping the schools and all stakeholders understand the diversity of our candidates, but also offer tools and resources which can help bridge that gap,” said Dr. Rahul Choudaha, director of industry insights and research communications at GMAC.

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