By Colleen Flaherty, Inside Higher Ed
Increasing faculty diversity has long been a priority on college campuses, but the recent, widespread student protests over race relations have made the issue all the more urgent. And while a number of institutions already have pledged additional resources to increasing faculty diversity, questions remain about how realistic some of these goals are -- at least in the near term.
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- What Are Students Demanding? (American Council on Education)
- When Recruiting Minority Faculty Members Isn't Enough (The Chronicle of Higher Education - requires subscription)
- Dearth of Black Ph.D. Recipients Will Complicate Efforts to Diversify Faculty (The Chronicle of Higher Education - requires subscription)
- Here Are the List of Demands from Students Protesting Racism at 51 Colleges
- What Can Campus Leaders Do to Make Protests Unnecessary? (The Chronicle of Higher Education)
- Student Protesters Want Qualitative Diversity on Campus (Slate)
- Student Protest Lists of Demands Get Longer and More Detailed (Inside Higher Ed)
- Percentage of Black College Students in U.S. Outnumber Professors Nearly 2 to 1 (TIME)
- Campus Racism Protests Didn't Come Out Of Nowhere, And They Aren't Going Away Quickly (The Huffington Post)
- White Boys’ Club? White Faculty Still Dominates in National Stats (Diverse Issues in Higher Education)
- Black Youth Filling the Leadership Void (Diverse Issues in Higher Education)