At Harvard Business School, women have helped to shape the academic experience as faculty members, researchers, case writers, and graders. They have also played a key role in the HBS administration.
Even before HBS became fully co-educational in the fall of 1963, women were pursuing educational opportunities at the School. They attended Management Training Programs as early as the 1940s, and in 1959, women graduates of Radcliffe's certificate program in business education began attending HBS as second-year MBA candidates. More than thirty women received MBAs in this program.
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