DEI headlines from our community
Jackie Peszynski ’24, co-chair of Yale SOM’s Title IX Working Group, looks back at the school’s third annual week of programming about Title IX and reflects on the legacy of the landmark law.
Student teams in the MBA for Executives program last fall explored initiatives to encourage retirement planning in African American and Latino communities.
Claire Kelly ’25 reflects on a talk from Erick Russell, Connecticut’s treasurer and the first Black, out LGBTQ person to be elected to statewide office in the United States.
The theme for 2024’s celebration is African Americans and the Arts.
In Its Second Year, the Council on Anti-Racism and Equity Focused on Diverse Voices In and Out of the Classroom
CARE’s activities in 2022-2023 included proposing a new program to recognize the contributions of guest speakers at Yale SOM.
Doctoral student Fei Teng and Professors Tristan Botelho and K. Sudhir won the Best Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice Paper Award.
Charina Amunategui ’24 was recognized as one of the 100 most influential Filipina women; Rian English Barnhill ’23 was selected for Crain’s Detroit’s “40 Under 40.”
From September 15 to October 15, Yale SOM celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month with a variety of events.
The Artsy Fund at Yale SOM has installed “The Joy of Living: an exhibition by Clara Nartey” on the second floor of Edward P. Evans Hall as part of the school’s ongoing effort to include more artwork with diverse views and subjects.
The SOM community celebrates the contributions and rich culture of Hispanic Americans from September 15 to October 15.