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A Mile In My Shoes: A Website For First-Generation Immigrants, Chelsey Thomas Jul 2018

A Mile In My Shoes: A Website For First-Generation Immigrants, Chelsey Thomas

International Relations Summer Fellows

What are the most important variables to consider when applying for college? What really makes a school worth it? This project looks to tackle questions such as these by analyzing Pell grant rates, graduation and admission rates, and default rates among colleges as well as their social and cultural pros and cons. The overall goal of this is a push for transparency as well as bridging the gap between higher education and students.


Thoughts On Black Conservativism: A Review Essay, Martin Kilson Jan 1992

Thoughts On Black Conservativism: A Review Essay, Martin Kilson

Trotter Review

In Reflections of an Affirmative Action Baby, Stephen L. Carter, an Afro-American law professor at Yale University, has written a wide-ranging book on affirmative action policy. Like numerous other books on the subject, Carter covers the issues of its legitimacy as policy, white opposition, impact on black mobility, and contradictions faced by universities in administering affirmative action. Carter also offers a new area of discussion — namely, the evolving division among Afro-Americans regarding affirmative action, allocating six of eleven chapters to facets of this issue. Carter uses his own experiences to frame these discussions — a mode of discourse that offers considerable ...


Global Education: A Study Of Pre-Service Teacher Education In Iowa, Susan Marie Sulzberger Jan 1989

Global Education: A Study Of Pre-Service Teacher Education In Iowa, Susan Marie Sulzberger

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

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