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Women Turn to MBA Programs to Overcome Pandemic Setbacks

Women have suffered inordinate economic and career setbacks due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Nearly four times as many women as men left or were cut from the workforce in September 2020, according to the...

Woke Washing and Rainbow Capitalism: Business Schools Can Improve Corporate Allyship

Corporations are co-opting social justice movements, but business schools can help them become authentic leaders for change.  The murder of George Floyd in 2020 and subsequent protests and demonstrations around the world led to what...

Miami University’s Farmer School of Business Creates Unique Program to Develop Cultural Intelligence

White students, particularly men, make up the majority of business school enrollment across the U.S., including at Miami University of Ohio’s Farmer School of Business (FSB). As of 2020, 80 percent of undergraduate FSB...

New University of Denver Partnership Offers Entrepreneurial Opportunities to Immigrant Students

A new joint partnership between the University of Denver’s (DU) University College and the World Trade Center (WTC) Denver is helping immigrant students obtain a Business Development Certificate through a four-course program.  The program was...

Rapper IDK and Harvard Offer Free Business Course for Nonwhite Musicians

Acclaimed rapper IDK recently teamed with some of the world’s biggest brands to help aspiring musicians learn the ins and outs of the music industry at Harvard University.  Nike, Converse, Logitech, and others sponsored the...