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Dinner with the Women MBAs of Berkeley-Haas

By Susan Petty   |   11/30/2016
 Get 90 women in a room together after work and it’s going to be lively. But get 90 women MBA students and alumnae together and the energy level is sky-high. Such was the atmosphere at the annual Women@Haas ...

Students at Berkeley-Haas Find Support for Women MBAs

By Morgan Bernstein   |   9/06/2016
As women lean into leadership and management roles, the Full-time Berkeley MBA Program is proud to be a part of the growth and development of influential women across many fields.

"Best & Brightest" in FTMBA Class of 2016

By Laura Counts   |   7/01/2016
Leading changes in MBA culture to make it more inclusive for women and minorities; launching the Nairobi office for a mobile micro-lending startup; serving as student government president; creating a "Hot ...

Student Spotlight: Nikita Mitchell, Full-Time MBA Class of 2015 President & Diversity Leader

By Laura Counts   |   2/04/2015
It was the scariest thing she could think of doing as a new MBA student.

Why I never thought about gender balance, but do now: a male student’s perspective (Part 3)

By Haas School of Business   |   10/27/2014
This is the final post in a three-part series on gender balance at Haas. In the first two parts, first-year MBA student Ryann Kopacka described what it’s been like for her so far in a class with 43% women. ...

43% Strong: A First-Year Student Perspective (Part 2)

By Haas School of Business   |   10/06/2014
In Part 2 of a series on gender balance, guest blogger Ryann Kopacka, MBA 16, describes what it's been like for her so far in a class with 43% women. Next up: a male student shares his perspective on gender ...

Part of the 43%: A First-Year Student Perspective (Part 1)

By Haas School of Business   |   10/01/2014
In this first part of a three-part series on gender balance at Haas, guest blogger Ryann Kopacka, MBA 16, shares her experiences as a new admit to the Full-TIme MBA program. Coming Monday: Ryann writes about ...