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Diversity Webinar Recordings and Slides Now Available

Posted by Graduate Management Admission Council

Posted on Mar 24, 2020 11:15:00 AM

Earlier this month, GMAC Research and industry thought leaders discussed the latest insights and resources for GME diversity recruitment.

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By recruiting, admitting, and enrolling diverse cohorts, graduate management education (GME) programs enhance the educational experience of all their students by facilitating interactions with diverse ideas, perspectives, and information, and prepare students to participate in and lead diverse teams in a future business landscape that will be increasingly interconnected and global.

As an association of leading graduate business schools, GMAC recognizes the critical importance of diversity in GME and is committed to continuing to supply the industry with timely market intelligence to advise school’s recruitment initiatives. Toward this goal, GMAC Research will soon be publishing an all-new report titled Diversity in Graduate Management Education 2020, providing the latest data and insights on diversity of representation in the GME candidate pipeline.

In anticipation of this new report, earlier this month GMAC Professional Education and Training convened thought leaders from prominent industry diversity organizations for a series of two webinars. The recordings and slides from these webinars are now available at the links below.

Underrepresented Populations and GME

Watch the recording  

Access the slides  

Speakers:

Elsie Florido, Prospanica

LePra George, National Black MBA Association 

Matt Hazenbush, GMAC Research

Women and GME

Watch the recording  

Access the slides  

Speakers:

Krystal Brooks, Forté Foundation

Matt Hazenbush, GMAC Research

For more from GMAC Research on diversity recruitment, visit Research Library for our past reports, briefs, and infographics.

Underrepresented Populations

Key Diversity Statistics: Black or African American Candidates

Key Diversity Statistics: Hispanic American or Latino Candidates

Unpacking the Appeal of For-Profit GME to Underrepresented Populations

Increasing GME Candidate Diversity: Improving Attraction to Underrepresented Segments

Understanding Underrepresented Populations in the Business School Pipeline

Women

Women and Business School 2020: Research Snapshot

Women and the Full-Time MBA: Continuing the Push for Progress

What Women Want: A Blueprint for Change in Business Education

Minding the Gap: Tapping the Potential of Women to Transform Business

 

Topics: Recruitment & Marketing, Women

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