DALLAS– AT&T’s* diversity, community programs, and work with minority-owned businesses make the company a great place to work according to Hispanic Business Inc., which recently named it the Best Company for Diversity.
While the overwhelming majority of executives feel diversity in the workplace improves a company’s performance, only some are taking the steps needed to ensure it exists, new research shows.
With the 40th anniversary of Title IX just days away, one key area where questions about gender equity persist is STEM education and the under-representation of women in those professions.
There was a time when it was unheard of for a woman, let alone a black woman, to be allowed anywhere near a construction site.
The financial crisis and its aftermath have been brutal for Wall Street’s richest and most powerful women. The latest casualty: Ina Drew, the head of JPMorgan Chase’s chief investment office, who departed last week after the bank suffered mammoth trading losses.
Montvale, N.J. – The PhD Project, an award-winning program to create a more diverse corporate America, announced that Project participant Russell Price, PhD, was promoted to Associate Professor with Tenure at Howard University, effective August 2012. He received his Ph.D. in Finance from Florida State University.
Five or ten years ago, most law school applicants had majored in the humanities or social sciences, specifically English, philosophy, political science, history, or international relations.
A select group of colleges and universities were hailed in a new report Wednesday for being the top producers of Latino graduates in the health care field.
I had the pleasure of serving on a panel at the recent White House HBCU Entrepreneurship Conference.
As an African-American, female engineer, I’m certainly in the minority.