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#DiversityinHigherEd – Racial exclusions in scholarly citations

As diversity in higher education becomes more of a focal point and a means to reflect on our own institutions and practices as academics, we will be re-posting material related to these issues on the first Thursday of every month. This post is borrowed from Conditionally Accepted. The Racial Politics of Citation  By Victor Ray […]

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#DiversityinHigherEd – Mentors and role models

As diversity in higher education becomes more of a focal point and a means to reflect on our own institutions and practices as academics, we will be re-posting material related to these issues on the first Thursday of every month. This post is borrowed from Conditionally Accepted. Defying the Odds By Chanda Prescod-Weinstein In physics, we […]

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#DiversityinHigherEd – Graduate students doing diversity work

As diversity in higher education becomes more of a focal point and a means to reflect on our own institutions and practices as academics, we will be re-posting material related to these issues on the first Thursday of every month. This post is borrowed from Conditionally Accepted.   Hitting the Wall By Prabhdeep Kehal I have […]

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PhD Candidate Carrie Hutnick Wins Award

Congratulations to one our students, who received the Spirit of King Faculty Award. Carrie Hutnick, working on her PhD in public sociology, has already taken her scholarship beyond the borders of Mason’s Fairfax Campus. George Mason News reports that her dissertation project was developed and is being conducted with an incarcerated graduate student; it examines […]

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