Posts tagged: Graduate Admissions - Diverse

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Grad School Applications from International Students Down for Second Year

by Pearl Stewart | February 7, 2019 For the second consecutive year, international graduate school application rates and first-time Read more

Tips for Applying to Graduate School

by Frederick V. Engram Jr., | July 16, 2018
The purpose of this article is to teach each of you how to find the value of yourself while nav [...] Read more

International Graduate Admissions Decline for First Time in Five Years, U.S. Student Applications and Admissions Increase

by Diverse Staff | August 20, 2009
With colleges and universities across the U.S. welcoming students back to their campuses this m [...] Read more

Report: Interest Waning Among International Students for U.S. Graduate Schools

by Michelle D. Anderson | August 21, 2008
Declining graduate school admissions rates for international students have long-term implicatio [...] Read more

Diverse Calendar

by Diverse Staff | April 17, 2008
April 29-May 1 Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities 8th International Conference U [...] Read more

Diverse Calendar

by Diverse Staff | April 3, 2008
April 13-15 Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities 13th Annual National Capitol Foru [...] Read more

Diverse Calendar

| March 20, 2008
March 27-30 MELUS — Society for the Study of Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States 22n [...] Read more

Errant Acceptance Letters Sent to University of Missouri Grad School Hopefuls

by Associated Press | October 17, 2007
COLUMBIA, Mo. More than 200 graduate school applicants at the University of Missouri-Columbia [...] Read more

Just the Stats: Capitalizing Higher Education in the Global Market

by Olivia Majesky-Pullmann | September 7, 2007
Although U.S. graduate schools admitted eight percent more international students this fall, th [...] Read more

Gender gap – education of African Americans

by B. Denise Hawkins | June 20, 2007
Since the early 1980s, the American Council on Education (ACE) has been collecting and dissemin [...] Read more

Who benefits from affirmative action? – Whites are key beneficiaries of special admission standards at Washington State

by James Kelly | June 18, 2007
In the midst of all the current breast-beating about affirmative action, the Washington State C [...] Read more

International Graduate Student Enrollment Increases After Three Years

by Shilpa Banerji | November 1, 2006
A new report from the Council of Graduate Schools released today (Wednesday) shows that the tot [...] Read more

Survey: Length of New SAT Is Biggest

by Black Issues | April 7, 2005
Survey: Length of New SAT Is Biggest Complaint Among First-Round of Test-TakersNEW YORK In a na [...] Read more

Programming for Diversity

by Black Issues | May 6, 2004
Programming for DiversityAuburn computer scientist writes program to ease admissions processIt [...] Read more

Disseminating the Truth About Affirmative Action

by Black Issues | September 14, 2000
Disseminating the Truth About Affirmative ActionA recent preliminary study conducted at the Uni [...] Read more
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