Sunday, June 15, 2014

”If things continue the way they are right now, mathematically speaking it’ll take over 100 years to make the kind of progress the school would like to make,” -- and “I’ve had enough,”.... “I don’t need this.”

UCLA's Anderson School Has a Major Woman Problem
also touches on admissions
In Bloomberg Businessweek’s experience, faculty members aren’t the only women who aren’t being taken seriously. On a visit to Anderson last month, we asked Dylan Stafford, assistant dean of the Fully Employed MBA Programs, what types of students his program takes risks on by admitting them. “Women,” he replied. “Their quant skills aren’t good, and the applicant pool is lower.” (Quant, or quantitative analysis, is part of the GMAT.).

Anderson’s Olian paints a different picture.

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