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indexThe Chronicle of Higher Education featured the College of Engineering’s success in diversity programs. According to the article, the college’s Office of Diversity Programs, which just celebrated the fortieth anniversary of such programs at the college, has seen the graduation of more than 900 minority students, including fifteen master’s and Ph.D. students. And the office seems to be improving with age: Enrollment of underrepresented minority students is up 73 percent over the past decade, and the number who have graduated is up 43 percent over the same period.

To read the full article, visit The Chronicle‘s website.