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University of California Exercising a Form of Economic Affirmative Action?

System gouging the out-of-staters to shore up revenues.

July 17 Edition

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In this issue of Diverse  we profile the American Council on Education’s Fellows Program, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary next year, and its preparation of minority and women candidates for top-tier positions in academia. We take a look at several HBCU issues, including the growth of unions at HBCUs across the country and recent […]

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Recent studies by Harvard University’s Center for Education Policy Research found that an estimated 20 percent of graduating seniors from urban school districts abandon their plans to attend college over the summer.

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July 3 Issue

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In this issue Diverse profiles UMass Amherst chancellor Kumble R. Subbaswamy, one of the few South Asian college presidents in the country. He has made diversity a central focus, winning praise from inside and outside the institution.

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At least 127 test-takers in a Chinese province hired other people to take the country’s all-important college entrance exam on their behalf, the provincial college admission office said.

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In a colorblind world, unless people come forward and self-identify, it’s hard to get confirmation on a person’s race or ethnicity.

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Cuban authorities said that thousands of high school students were forced to retake the test as a result of the illegal sale of university entrance exams.

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Tenure-Track Faculty Position in Economics

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We will consider candidates who possess an interest in applied and interdisciplinary work; conducting research with undergraduates; mentoring undergraduate research; and maintaining an active pedagogical and research practice that meaningfully incorporates writing…

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In consultation with the Associate Vice President for Development, the Sr. Director will direct the strategic planning, coordination, and leadership of the development programs in designated university programs and various interdisciplinary initiatives.

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Elliot Rodger identified as suspect in killing spree that claimed lives of seven, including his own.

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