As Harvard celebrates 50 years of women in its MBA program this year, it’s nice to see the school push for greater equality.
With women making up 41 percent of its 940 candidates, Harvard Business School’s class of 2016 is closer to gender equality by the numbers than ever before. It’s an encouraging bump, and the prestigious Ivy hopes to achieve a completely balanced gender ratio as soon as possible. One tactic the school is taking is the freshly-launched PEEK program, a new recruiting initiative that targets student leaders at women’s colleges across the country.
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