What to consider about business school diversity

MBA programs are stepping up efforts to include training and similar exercises to boost the ranks of female and traditionally underrepresented groups in graduate programs — and help them feel welcome on campus.

One such event was Women@ASU, a two-day program for promising female undergraduates and business professionals held at Arizona State University's W. P. Carey School of Business in November 2018.

In an article March 26, 2019, in U.S. News & World Report:

Between panels and tours of the campus, the group heard from students, faculty, and alumni about the ROI of graduate school and finding their life's purpose here.

Pam Delany, director of recruiting and admissions

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