How a Top Business School Added More Women to Its Faculty

Mark Bialek

Alison Davis-Blake became dean of the U. of Michigan’s business school in 2011. At the time, the pipeline of female assistant professors eligible for promotion and tenure "looked pretty thin," she says.
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Last month, during a meeting at the White House, the deans of some of the nation’s top business schools committed to making their programs more accessible and appealing to women. They also noted a related challenge: hiring female faculty members...

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