How States and Institutions Shape Racial Dynamics in Higher Education
In the past decade, states and postsecondary institutions have implemented a variety of policy measures designed to create a university environment that encourages persistence of undergraduate minority students. The types of policies and their outcomes, however, have differed dramatically. This forum will focus on the various effects these policies and practices have had on racial dynamics in higher education. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss this vital issue with established and emerging scholars in the field whose research brings an interesting perspective to the ongoing dialogue about campus diversity initiatives.
Access, Persistence, and Success