The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management, Champion of Diversity In Business Education and Leadership, Welcomes Nearly 400 of a Record 1,038 MBA applicants
ST. LOUIS — The MBA class of 2014 will include 391 of a record 1,038 applicants to The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management, the national coalition of top U.S. business schools and corporations that is the leading advocate for diversity and inclusion in American business
This week’s expo, in its 17th year and one of the most prominent black business events in the country, offered sessions on getting funding, doing business in Africa and procuring government contracts.
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.
Diversity –including age, gender, educational background and ethnicity – within a boardroom can strengthen corporate governance according to a recent study.
Black Girls CODE is a non-profit organization dedicated to teaching girls ages 7-16 from underrepresented communities about computer programming and digital technology.
The United States Department of Education has awarded grants to “predominantly minority” colleges and universities looking to effect “long-range improvement in science and engineering education.”
Venture Capital Access Program Created to Connect Diverse Entrepreneurs with Traditional Venture Capital Sources
NEW YORK — Harvard Business School Alumni Angels of Greater New York (HBSAANY) and The National Association of Investment Companies (NAIC) today announced the launch of the Venture Capital Access Program (“VCAP©”), a collaborative venture that provides women and diverse entrepreneurs nationwide with access to venture capital through accredited investors within the HBSAANY network.
Minority healthcare executives and their peers tout the benefits of broader representation in the C-suite, boardrooms
Properly treating a patient population means adhering to their unique needs, and healthcare executives are increasingly turning their attention toward understanding how diversity meshes with the goal of improved quality of care.
University of Minnesota women’s student groups are hosting events this week to stress the importance of networking and community involvement in staying competitive in the job market after college.