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B-Schooled Episode #34: Underrepresented Minority Applicants and the MBA

A Conversation with Roxanne Mendez, Executive Director of the Riordan Programs In this episode of the podcast, Roxanne Mendez, Executive Director of the Riordan Programs, joins us to talk about the experiences of underrepresented …

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SBC Increases Support for Minority MBA Applicants Through Broad Partnership with Riordan Programs

SBC has expanded its partnership with the Riordan Programs to support underrepresented and minority students interested in attending the world’s top MBA programs. By Stacy Blackman On June 2, I authored a blog post sharing a …

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Tools for Minority MBA Applicants

Diversity is more than just a b-school buzz word. It is an essential ingredient for robust discourse in the classroom and beyond. To obtain the richest mix of perspectives and world views, business schools …

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The M.B.A. Tool Box for Minority Applicants

This post originally appeared on the U.S. News–Strictly Business blog. Diversity is more than just a b-school buzz word. It is an essential ingredient for robust discourse in the classroom and beyond. To obtain …

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B-schools Seek to Shrink the Minority Faculty Gap

Last week, Businessweek’s Francesca Di Meglio reported that a mere 3.5 percent of b-school faculty in the U.S. is made up of minority groups such as African Americans, Hispanics and Native Americans.  This number comes …

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Duke Workshop for Minority Applicants

Every year in November, Duke’s Fuqua School of Business offers a workshop addressing the needs of minority applicants interested in pursuing management careers in business. The workshop is open to all applicants who share the …

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