During ten days this past January, a group of William & Mary students traveled around Washington, D.C., and met with numerous professionals who work in the diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) space. Now in its second year, the immersive course strives to expose students to different perspectives, experiences, and paths and help them become better allies to marginalized individuals.
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Industry is demanding that college graduates possess an awareness and vocabulary around DEIB in the workplace. The question higher education now grapples with is, how can we prepare the next generation of business leaders to tackle the hard and contemporary problems of the present day?
For ten days in January a small group of William & Mary students crisscrossed Washington, DC and met with dozens of professionals who drive change in the diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) space.
As conversations around diversity, inclusion, equity, and belonging permeate every corner of the professional working world, the Mason School is ensuring its students are equipped with the requisite vocabulary through a batch of new, free resources offered through the McLeod Library.
On Friday, November 5th, The MBAA International Student Association (ISA) hosted a Global Culture Night with support from the Raymond A. Mason School of Business Diversity & Inclusion Committee and MBA Programs Office.
The weekly podcast takes a refreshing approach to diversity and inclusion work, featuring guests from all walks of life and is the newest initiative to debut as part of the business school’s expansive Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) efforts.
Mason School to Host Community Leaders for a Free, Virtual Discussion on The Black Experience on Tuesday, January 26th at 12 PM EST.
Blind Spots connected the students with PwC’s approach on the topic and sought to empower them with knowledge and strategies they would need to become more effective and inclusive business leaders.
There are 5,827 civilians working at Langley Air Force Base in Hampton, Virginia. Each has a story, but none like the one belonging to their colleague, Michael Davis.
In the Part-Time MBA Program, the number of women students has been increasing in recent semesters. But the majority-women entering classes in fall 2018 and spring 2019 represent the first time the 220-student program has seen the trend sustained for a full academic year.
Ken Bouyer develops and implements the global recruiting strategy for Ernst & Young, but he is the first to acknowledge that an emphasis on diversity was nearly nonexistent when he joined the firm in 1990.
William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business is already seeing great impact since announcing the Ernst & Young (EY) LLP’s $1 million commitment last fall.