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Top #MBA Tweets Spotlight: #InternationalWomensDay

International Women’s Day in the Business School Community

Each year the business school community rallies to honor International Women’s Day, so we’re rounding up posts about women in business in this edition of Top #MBA Tweets Spotlight.

Cambridge / Judge kicks us off with a look at motherhood during an MBA:

MIT / Sloan made a call to action…

…and also set the spotlight on some students:

Chicago Booth also highlighted prominent women:

Northwestern / Kellogg and Cornell / Johnson turned to women in tech:

Wharton hosted a relevant chat:

While London Business School is eager for the Women in Business Conference:

Professors from UVA / Darden showcased their local efforts:

Berkeley / Haas and the Indian School of Business both had rankings to celebrate:

How are you marking International Women’s Day? Let us know in the comments below.

Have you seen “re-tweetable” tweets in your feed this week?  E-mail [email protected] with your recommendations of which MBA programs we should spotlight next!

Posted in: MBA Feature, Top Tweets, Twitter Thursdays, Weekly Columns

Schools: Berkeley / Haas, Cambridge / Judge, Cornell / Johnson, London Business School, Northwestern / Kellogg, U. Chicago Booth, UPenn / Wharton, UVA / Darden

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Lauren Wakal
Lauren Wakal

Lauren Wakal is the Editor-in-Chief of Clear Admit, responsible for overseeing content creation for the site. Lauren has been covering the MBA admissions space for more than a decade, from in-depth business school profiles to weekly breaking news and more.

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