We are at a pivotal moment in our nation’s journey toward racial equity.
“Go from moment to momentum” has never been more important.
IU Bloomington: 2020 Diversity Champion
Indiana University Bloomington continues to be recognized for its diversity and inclusion initiatives, receiving both the Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award and the more exclusive 2020 Diversity Champion recognition, which Insight into Diversity bestows on institutions that “rank in the top tier” of HEED Award recipients.
Diversity Champions exemplify an unyielding commitment to diversity and inclusion throughout their campus communities, across academic programs, and at the highest administrative levels.
--Insight into Diversity
This is the fourth year IU Bloomington has received the Diversity Champion Recognition from Insight into Diversity, the oldest and largest diversity magazine and website in higher education. The HEED Award is open to universities and colleges in the US and Canada. The publication says it “measures an institution’s level of achievement and intensity of commitment in regard to broadening diversity and inclusion on campus through initiatives, programs, and outreach; student recruitment, retention, and completion; and hiring practices for faculty and staff.”
Traditions That Build Momentum for Diversity
Idalene F. “Idie” Kesner, Dean. Frank P. Popoff Chair of Strategic Management, Professor of Management
When we talk about promoting diversity at Kelley, we talk about diversity of ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, birthplace, religion, and experiences. Everyone deserves a place at the table, and we partner with companies who feel the same way. Many of our hiring companies have invested in our diversity and inclusion programs because they want to ensure a diverse pool of future employees.
The ROI Podcast presented by the Kelley School of Business features a variety of business voices from our community. Professionals from all walks of life provide listeners with actionable insight to their respective industries and specialties.
Kelley Student Organizations
- Ascend at Indiana University
- Asian MBA Association
- Association of Latino Professionals For America
- Association of Women MBAs at Kelley
- Black MBA Association
- Business Leadership Initiative at IU Hillel
- Chinese Business Association
- Global Business Women
- International Business Association
- Jewish Association of MBAs
- Kappa Eta Phi Professional Fraternity
- Korean Finance Seminar
- Korean Undergraduate Research Group for Professional Certifications
- Mu Beta Lambda Business Fraternity, Inc.
- Latino MBA Association
- National Association of Black Accountants
- Out@@Kelley (MBA)
- Out@@Kelley (Undergraduate)
- The Women's Network
- Undergraduate Business Diversity Council at Kelley
- Veterans Club at Kelley (MBA)
- Women & Co.
- Women in Accounting
- Women in Business
- Women's Financial Association
- Women's Leadership Summit
IU Culture Centers
IUPUI Culture Centers
Tanner Snider, BS'18, Business Analyst, McKinsey & Company
At Kelley, I was able to accept myself as gay for the first time after having many discussions with a fellow classmate going through the same realization. Since then, I realized that being your true authentic self at school and in professional business settings is encouraged by most companies today.