The Chronicle of Higher Ed Highlights Michigan Ross’ Leadership in Gender Diversity for Faculty and Students
As the gender inequality issue in academia has caught the attention of the public and media alike, The Chronicle of Higher Education explores Michigan Ross’ efforts to close the gap among business schools.
Dean Alison Davis-Blake says that hiring and retaining more female faculty and doctoral students is helping to address a larger societal issue. Gretchen Spreitzer and Wally Hopp are also featured in the article, discussing ways in which Ross is taking the lead in creating a more diverse field.
Read more of their insights in The Chronicle article.