During rolling out‘s recent visit to Cambridge, Mass., we spoke with several black professors and MBA students who shared their experiences on life
Kenneth Charles understands how the implementation of diversity initiatives can change lives. As the vice president of Diversity and Inclusion
There is no such thing as a free lunch. That statement rings in Kevin Walker’s ears. It was his most
Before applying to business school, it’s important to determine which entry exam, GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) or the GRE (Graduate Record
“Seeing that ignorance is the curse of God, education is the wing wherewith we fly to heaven.” William Shakespeare “Education
"You only get out of something, what you put in it."
It was words of encouragement from Dr. Andrew Hill, a professor at Clark Atlanta University that impelled Jerome Clark to
American businesses are increasing their clout as players in the global economy. Hiring qualified employees with bilingual skills remains a
When the presidents and deans of Historically Black Colleges and Universities begin to tell you about the benefits of obtaining
"Since I didn’t have that master’s degree, I lost that opportunity and that sparked my determination."
An invitation from a friend to attend a leadership and networking conference of black professionals in Nashville was intriguing for