NYU & IDBE Resources

NYU & IDBE Resources

NYU Stern IDBE Related Resources

 

NYU IDBE Related Resources

 

IDBE Related Partner Organizations

CGSM Logo Stern is a member of The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management, an alliance of business schools and corporations dedicated to reducing the serious under-representation of African Americans, Hispanic Americans and Native Americans in business. We encourage all eligible candidates to apply via The Consortium application process. View the many benefits of applying to NYU Stern through The Consortium.
 
MLT Logo Stern partners with Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT), a 9-12 month program that helps young professionals apply successfully to leading graduate business schools. Learn more about the benefits of participating in MLT.
NBMBAA Logo 3 Stern participates in the annual conference of the National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA), and many Stern students are members of the organization.
[FTMBA] Prospanica logo Stern participates in the annual conference of Prospanica, and we count numerous members among our students.
Toigo Foundation Logo Stern partners with the Robert Toigo Foundation, an organization that provides an MBA Fellowship and career preparation for candidates committed to careers in finance. Learn more about the Toigo MBA Fellowship.
GradHorizonsLogo Stern is a partner school and participant in Graduate Horizons, which supports the higher education of Native American students by providing graduate admissions workshops to American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian students/participants from across the nation.
 


IDBE Related Scholarships

  • Consortium Fellowship (a fellowship covering full tuition and fees awarded in conjunction with a partner organization) – The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management seeks to enhance the representation of African Americans, Hispanic Americans and Native Americans in business education and management. U.S. citizens and permanent residents from these underrepresented groups, as well as other people who can demonstrate a commitment to the Consortium’s mission, are eligible. Applicants must apply to NYU Stern through the Consortium application to be considered for this full tuition fellowship. View more information about the Consortium or learn more about diversity at Stern.
 
  • Advancing Women in Business Scholarship – Established in 2017, The NYU Stern Advancing Women in Business Scholarship is a merit-based scholarship that will be awarded to students entering the full-time MBA program that demonstrate a deep and abiding commitment to advancing women in business. This scholarship covers full tuition and mandatory fees for the two years of the Full-time MBA program. The award is partially funded by alumnae and members of the Stern School's Board of Overseers.    

 

  • Forté Fellowship (awarded in conjunction with a partner organization) – The Forté Foundation is a consortium of major corporations, top business schools and influential nonprofit organizations dedicated to educating and advancing women in business. Stern designates Forté Fellows at the time of admission to exceptional women candidates who are also receiving a merit based scholarship. Read more about the network of women at Stern.
 
  • ROMBA Fellowship (awarded in conjunction with a partner organization) – Reaching Out MBA (ROMBA) is an organization that educates, inspires and connects lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) MBA students at business schools in the United States. Stern designates ROMBA Fellows to exceptional LGBTQ candidates who receive a merit-based scholarship.
 
  • Elizabeth Elting Advancing Women’s Leadership Fellowship – The Elizabeth Elting Advancing Women’s Leadership Fellowship was established in 2019 by Stern alumna, philanthropist, and entrepreneur Elizabeth Elting (MBA ’92). Ms. Elting is the Founder and CEO of the Elizabeth Elting Foundation, a charitable endeavor dedicated to breaking down the barriers that hold back women and marginalized people. She also serves as a member of the Stern Board of Overseers. Each year, the Elizabeth Elting Advancing Women’s Leadership Fellowship is awarded to two two-year Full-time MBA students and two one-year Andre Koo Tech MBA students. The Fellowship covers $50,000 per academic year for the two-year Full-time MBA and $50,000 for the one-year Andre Koo Tech MBA. Recipients of this award display extraordinary academic merit, an impressive record of leadership experience, an entrepreneurial spirit, and a dedication to advancing women in business. Stern designates Elizabeth Elting Fellows at the time of admission to exceptional candidates.
 


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NYU Bias Response Line
212-998-2277
bias.response@nyu.edu
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*Report non-academic misconduct to student.conduct@nyu.edu



IDBE Stern Contacts

Gary Fraser, Associate Dean for Diversity & Inclusion
gfraser@stern.nyu.edu
212-998-0115

Nico Le Blanc, Associate Director for Diversity & Inclusion
nl2159@stern.nyu.edu
212-998-0158


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