Connecting community and building belonging in accounting
Cultivate a culture of belonging as a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Fellow and serve as an essential connector of community and resources for graduate accounting students. You'll join other student fellows and staff to develop projects and events that unite the graduate accounting community.
What you'll do
- Coordinate special projects and community events for students and alumni.
- Connect students to cultural centers, events, and resources.
- Engage with and mentor prospective students exploring careers in accounting.
- Join and contribute to a more diverse graduate accounting community.
- Share perspectives that broaden understanding and inclusivity.
What you'll gain
- Earn up to $2,000 annually in this one-year fellowship.
- Gain experience as you identify areas of improvement that support our inclusiveness mission.
Meet the Fellows
Being a DEI fellow puts me on a journey of constant learning…about how we can progress as a community and how we can better empathize with one another.Jen Chen, MS in Accounting/MBA‘23
With the DEI fellowship, I can contribute to creating an environment where individual uniqueness is respected, cherished, and embraced without fear.Richard Amankwaa, MS in Accounting/MBA'23
As a fellow, I look forward to advocating for ‘color braveness' and increasing the representation of minority cultural groups in our professional communities to make an impact for future generations of accountants.Opeyemi Lagunju, MS in Accounting/MBA‘23
I became a DEI fellow to continue learning about DEI and to apply what I learned in class to make our program more diverse, equitable, and inclusive.Emily Shane, MS in Accounting/MBA‘23
I value people and their experiences. I'm excited about learning about the challenges within DEI and how to create innovative solutions to some of those challenges.Tashi McMahon, MS in Accounting/MBA‘23
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