From: William Horton-Anderson
Date: October 1, 2020
Subject: MBA October 2020 Newsletter


Notes from the Full-Time MBA Program

The Full-Time MBA Program, in partnership with the student body and MBAA, is happy to continue the Broad MBA Newsletter. This newsletter includes student driven stories and information, important announcements from the department and college, and reminders of what is happening soon! If you are interested in writing something to be featured in the newsletter, please reach out to the program office!

With Septemeber in the books, it is almost time to register for your classes in the spring! While all of you have declared your concentration, many have changed or might have questions about what it means. William Horton-Anderson is your continued resource for academic, professional, and personal support and is ready to meet with all of you! Please watch your email for Spring 2021 Enrollment Sessions! As always, if you want to make an appointment with William, please do so here!

Upcoming October Events

Wednesday, October 7
Start End   Event         Location
6:00pm 7:15pm Women in Tech Zoom Link
Tuesday, October 13
6:00pm 7:00pm October General Body Meeting Zoom Link
Wednesday, October 14
7:00pm 8:00pm JD/MBA Confidential: Advice from JD/MBA's Zoom Link
Saturday, October 17
1:00pm 5:00pm Uncle Johns Cider Mill co-hosted by BWMBAA and Spartners TBD
Tuesday, October 20
11:40am 12:40pm Fall Panel Series: October Edition (Employer & Higher Ed Perspective) TBD

To view all of the events that are happening in October, make sure you are continuing to check CampusGroups (including downloading the brand new Broad MBA CampusGroups app)!

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Broad

Each issue of the Broad MBA newsletter will recognize a commemorative observance or current event to recognize diversity, equity, and inclusion in the world of business. October 2020 celebrates exciting anniversaries for both National Disability Employment Awareness Month and LGBT History Month.

This October is the 75th year that National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) has occured, with this year's theme as "Increasing Access and Opportunity." To read more about NDEAM and it's history, and to get inspiration to plan an observance, visit here!

Celebrating the 15th anniversary, October is also LGBTQ History Month. This was designated to further the conversation and increase awareness of contributions from LGBTQ+ individuals worldwise. To learn more about this month, visit this link. Also, learn more about what LBGTQ+ individuals in business have made pioneering changes here!

Student Articles

World Mental Health Day

Lea Mavar talks about an important upcoming world holiday and the continued and renewed importance with the pandemic. To read more about the article, click here!

Halloween with COVID-19

Tricia O'Brien, a DO/MBA student, talks about her experiences researching what "spooky season" might look like in our current world. Click here to read the article!

Men's Mental Health

Taylor Wallace talks about an overlooked and often stigmatized focus on mental health. From giving statistics, social norms, and giving important articles, take a moment to read more here!