A Line of Diverse Dolls Ensures Every Little Girl Feels Proud in Her Skin
Ozi Okaro ’03 founded Ikuzi Dolls to give her young daughters toys they could identify with.
Sometimes we communicate more powerfully with our actions, although we are often unaware of it.
Research from Sandra Matz shows that environment shapes our moods, potentially shedding light on the impact on individuals of months of isolation at home.
Modupe Akinola discusses her work on stereotyping, and how research can help us overcome our biases.
The retailer is well-positioned to soften the blow dealt to garment workers by the pandemic, according to Urooj Khan.
Robert Reffkin ’03, founder and CEO of Compass, discusses with Professor Christopher Mayer his optimism about the present and future of the housing market and emphasizes the importance of building a company that focuses on inclusivity.
Sandra Matz and Daniel Ames share insights into why individuals experience the same pandemic in different ways.
Professor Shivaram Rajgopal moderates a debate between economist Jared Bernstein and financial expert Paul Kazarian ’81 on deficits during the pandemic.
Erika Irish Brown ’98, Chief Diversity Officer for Goldman Sachs, joins Vice Dean of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Gita Johar for a conversation on the role businesses can play in addressing racial and social justice.
Professor of Professional Practice Angela Lee explains how there are opportunities for investors during the pandemic even though she believes the worst of the downturn is yet to come.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world of business, while bringing historical inequities and injustice into sharp relief.
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