Universities With More Racial Segregation by Major Graduate Fewer Black Students Into High-Paying...

Universities With More Racial Segregation by Major Graduate Fewer Black Students Into High-Paying Fields







Dr. Ebony O. McGee, associate professor of education, diversity and STEM at Vanderbilt University, said it’s partly about what minority students value in picking their careers. Her book Black, Brown, Bruised explores the motivations of students and faculty of color in STEM fields. She finds that Black students tend to be drawn to work that serves communities of color.


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