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Education in the United States

MIT150 Symposium
Human Diversity and Social Order Forum Series

March 17, 7–9 pm
Kirsch Auditorium
Stata Center, MIT Room 32-123
32 Vassar St, Cambridge

What is the fate of Americans left behind after creation of the minority professional middle class? The Civil Rights Movement encouraged major American universities, including MIT and Harvard, to recruit underrepresented minority students under terms that made their academic success probable. American educational institutions still pursue diversity in their faculty, staff, and students…but what of the poor (minority and others) who have not entered the education pipeline?

Chair
Evelyn Higginbotham - Professor of History and African American Studies, Harvard University

Speakers
Wesley L. Harris - Charles Stark Draper Professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Associate Provost for Faculty Equity
Paula T. Hammond - Bayer Professor of Chemical Engineering, MIT
Sylvester Gates - Department of Physics, MLK Visiting Professor, MIT

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Human Diversity and Social Order Forum Series

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