Presented by The Chronicle of Higher Education

How Colleges Can Overcome Anti-Diversity Headwinds

Mar 5, 2024

2:30pm – 3:30pm CT

SCOTUS zapped race-based admissions, activists are targeting race-based scholarships, and legislators are banning administrative positions in diversity, equity, and inclusion. Yet most colleges remain committed to serving a wide range of students, including members of underrepresented minorities, low-income households, and first-generation college families. In this session, leading national experts will examine what colleges can and should do to remain true to their ideals within the confines of the law.

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Paulette Granberry-Russell

National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education

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Mushtaq Gunja

American Council on Education

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Shaun Harper

Rossier School Of Education/Marshall School Of Business

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Alex Kafka

The Chronicle of Higher Education