How would you improve graduate management education? Clark Gregor July 19, 20101 Comment The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) is looking for bold new ideas to revolutionize business education in the 21st century. The council has set aside $250,000 in prize money for people who submit the most innovative suggestions during the Ideas to Innovation Challenge. The competition, which will accept entries from July 21 through October 8, 2010, is funded through GMAC’s Management Education for Tomorrow (MET) fund, a $10 million initiative started in 2008. Anyone can enter, and the application requires only three paragraphs. Click here to learn more about the challenge and submit your game-changing idea online!RelatedTen years of MBA grads show the power of their degreeNext Generation GMAT: Coming to a test center near you in 2012Have you audited your social media presence recently?Pitching your fit One Response jessie newburn July 19, 2010 Hi Dustin. Thanks for posting the news of GMAC’s “idea contest” on your site and with your network of readers. Who knows, perhaps the winning entry will come from someone at the University of St. Thomas. That would be a nice boon for school pride … and great recognition.