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International Women’s Day in the Business School Community

International Women’s Day in the Business School Community

Each year, the business school community takes extra time on International Women’s Day to promote gender parity and celebrate women.  Given the plethora of events and related research, we’re rounding up what the top business schools are doing as shared on Twitter.

A picture from Cornell / Johnson summarized International Women’s Day in 1,000 words:

Cambridge Judge and Yale SOM held events:

Michigan / Ross already has a feed set up for their event later today:

Plenty of schools, including IMD, had advice to share:

London Business School, Yale SOM and Cambridge Judge also shared some insights from female students:

Members of the Duke / Fuqua and MIT / Sloan community also had stories of note:

Cornell / Johnson Executive Director of Admissions & Financial Aid lauded her colleagues:


While MIT / Sloan also called for shout outs:

Happy International Women’s Day!

Posted in: General, MBA Feature, News

Schools: Cambridge / Judge, Cornell / Johnson, Duke / Fuqua, IMD, London Business School, Michigan / Ross, MIT Sloan, Yale SOM

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Lauren Wakal

Lauren Wakal 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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