Everyone knows a business degree is useless if you haven’t had access to a diversity bureaucrat.

The College Fix reports:

Harvard to hire new ‘diversity, inclusion, and belonging’ director for business school

Here’s some not-so surprising news: Harvard Business School is taking the “bold” step of hiring an Associate Director for Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging, apparently because some of the best and brightest human specimens on the planet may not feel that they, well, belong.

According to The Crimson, this new position will be responsible for coordinating “between students, faculty, and staff to improve the environment surrounding equity and inclusion at the school.” If that’s not specific enough for you, Harvard Business School’s Ellen Mahoney says the new hire “will be creating new metrics that capture students’ experience at the school to understand diversity and belonging.”

“When you look at inclusion and belonging, we all have our sense for what that means. Part of what we are trying to figure out is what that means for the various communities that come here,” Mahoney said.

At an institution whose total cost of attendance hovers at around $70,000 per year, one might expect something a bit more … concrete.