Diversity on Campus

It's been a year since the Supreme Court struck down the standards used by the University of Michigan for undergraduate admissions. Since then, the university has adopted new tactics to achieve diversity. Join NPR's Neal Conan for a discussion of racial diversity on campus.


Jeremy Berkowitz *News editor at The Michigan Daily, an independent student newspaper at the University of Michigan

Scott Jaschik
*Editor of Higher Ed Today, a publication that will debut later this year

Sheldon Ekland-Olson
*Provost at University of Texas at Austin

Rich Reddick
*Doctoral student at Harvard Graduate School of Education
*Researcher with National Campus Diversity Project

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