Wall Street Journal: U-M school among growing number of business colleges with women at helm
Business school deanships are dominated by men, but that's slowly changing, according to a recent Wall Street Journal article.
Though a minority, female business deans are more common than female executives of top companies. According to WSJ, just 20 CEOs of Fortune 500 companies are females.
Current Stephen M. Ross School of Business Dean Alison Davis-Blake, the first woman to hold a business deanship at U-M, told the WSJ that upon becoming senior associate dean at the University of Texas business school she was recruited "to excess."
Blake became dean of the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota and joined U-M as the Ross dean in 2011.
Read the full WSJ article.