So someone posts this on BusinessWeek boards:
The Yale School of Management has the highest percentage of female students of the top business schools in the U.S. and Europe, according to a recent census of leading M.B.A. programs.
With female enrollment at 38 percent for the class of 2008, SOM reported the highest female-to-male ratio of 27 prestigious institutions, according to a report released last week by the Forte Foundation. SOM was followed by the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, which has a female enrollment of 36 percent. The census showed an overall trend of an increasing number of women pursuing business degrees.
"Our mission of educating leaders for business and society cuts across gender lines in a fundamental way that is appealing to any prospective student who hopes to make a positive difference in the world," SOM Dean Joel Podolny said. …..
And then someone else posts this:
I would like to add that I am also very female friendly. I open doors for women, comment when they change hair style, try to refrain from staring at their chests, and I always say excuse me after I belch.
Looks like I have a lot in common with Yale.