Tag Archives: Women MBAs

Gender or Social Gap: What’s the Real Issue at HBS?

The front page story on gender equity at Harvard Business School published in Sunday’s New York Times has caused quite a commotion among business school students, faculty, applicants, and the public at large. The article …

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50 Years Later: Gender Gaps Persists at HBS

Harvard Business School marked this year’s 50th anniversary of admitting women to the two-year MBA Program with the W50 Summit on April 4-5th. The event, which drew more than 800 female graduates to the campus, focused …

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Diversity Events at Stanford GSB

The Stanford Graduate School of Business has just announced that registration is now open for two events that can help you learn more about the Stanford MBA program. The Many Voices: Perspectives on Diversity event is …

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Checking In With Kellogg’s Dean Sally Blount

~A Stacy Blackman Exclusive~ It’s been a busy first year for Kellogg School of Management’s new dean, Sally Blount. Since coming on board last July, Blount has: “I don’t know any other …

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Johnson School Actively Courts Female MBA Candidates

The Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University is looking to increase the number of female MBAs it enrolls and also for ways it can support its female students and alumnae. To this end, …

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UNC Kenan-Flagler Offers Forté Fellowships to EMBA Program

The University of North Carolina’s Kenan-Flagler Business School has created a new fellowship program for outstanding women applicants to its MBA for Executives Programs. UNC Kenan-Flagler will award the new MBA for Executives Forté Fellowship …

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