Has our obsession with defining diversity limited our ability to prepare students to succeed in a global economy? In this issue of Many Voices, One Vision, Eric Abrams (Haas School, UC Berkeley) introduces the concept of Cultural Dexterity and explains why we owe it to our students to move the diversity conversation beyond labels.
We saw the vision before we knew exactly how we would ever get there. You’ve seen the vision too I suspect. We are actually counting on it.
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Often when developing strategic diversity efforts, we omit sexual orientation and gender expression. In this edition of Many Voices, One Vision, Willie Green provides a glimpse into the planning of the Fuqua School of Business’ LGBT Weekend.
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Can disruptive innovation be applied to MBA diversity recruiting? Is there a lesson to be learned from Red Bull?
Disruptive innovation helps create new markets and value networks and has the potential to be applied to the diversity space. In this edition of Many Voices, One Vision, Michael Robinson voices his thoughts and provides the inspiration behind this insight.
Leveraging Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU): The top 10 factors that African American talent looks for in an MBA program
When looking to develop the pipeline of African American talent for graduate management education, often one needs to look no further than the Historically Black Colleges and Universities. In this edition of Many Voices, One Vision, Lorri Sadler Rice provides insight on how to prepare your marketing messages for recruiting at an HBCU.
Interested in recruiting Native American students? In this edition of Many Voices, One Vision, Bridget Wilson provides context for the challenges in identifying and enrolling Native American students. She also provides tips and web resources to aid you in building your pipeline.
A growing number of colleges and universities are beginning to understand the unique status of Native American students. These students are indigenous to this country, come from traditional cultural backgrounds, and are recognized by their tribal governments and the US federal government as American citizens of domestic nations.
In spite of the increase in the number of diverse candidates expressing interest in graduate management education, schools still struggle to recruit and admit those candidates in traditional full-time programs. In this edition of Many Voices, One Vision, Consuela Knox provides insight on some of the insecurities of diverse candidates and ways school professionals can address them.
During my graduate business school admissions experience, I noticed something that is very important to diverse candidates considering b-school. Aside from leading concerns regarding financing the degree, school reputation, the career outlook, and a diverse student body, diverse candidates are often influenced by an unspoken need for security. By security, I mean a feeling of comfort, such as: