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LGBTQ Students Leverage Their Leadership
August 18, 2021
The next generation of business leaders is making every effort to shape a future where all employees can bring their authentic selves to work.
From What’s Possible to What’s Real—and Back Again
August 11, 2021
Mary C. Gentile
By asking our students to “rewire” their emotional reactions to complex social problems, we help them find common ground and work toward solutions.
To See Change, Business Schools Must Model Change
June 22, 2021
Post University’s Baldrige School of Business has revamped courses, examined hiring practices, and sought student input to improve diversity measures.
Reducing Pedigree Bias in Recruiting
June 21, 2021
Portia Kibble Smith
The four steps that business schools can take to help students from underrepresented backgrounds land interviews—and help companies grow more diverse.
Are Women in B-School Leadership Positioned for Success?
June 15, 2021
A recent survey of member schools reveals the administrative positions most lacking women’s representation—and points to possible reasons why.
Myths of the Diversity Dilemma
June 14, 2021
Jenny M Hoobler
Alexis Smith Washington
Four common myths keep business schools from seeking out faculty from underrepresented groups. But evidence points to the advantages of these hires.
Targeting Diverse Students
June 07, 2021
A look at the strategies Georgia State’s Robinson College of Business used to recruit its most diverse class ever in the fall of 2020.