Alison Davis-Blake on diversity drive at Michigan Ross
February 7, 2016
Michigan Ross Dean Alison Davis-Blake talks about diversity and inclusion in the Times Higher Education article, “University of Michigan: business school dean on diversity drive.” She explains the IDO (Identity and Diversity in Organization) program that has become a requirement for all Michigan Ross undergraduates.
Davis-Blake became the first female dean at the Ross School of Business, and is no stranger to diversity. “Diversity is, relatively speaking, easy to work on – [in terms of] just getting numbers of people. Pushing all the levers that affect inclusion and how people feel and how others treat them, is much more difficult,” she tells Times Higher Education.
Be sure to register or watch for Davis-Blake’s talk at the Positive Links Speaker Series in April 2016.