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Signs of changing times in the academia: local universities offering new programs reflecting business needs
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Signs of changing times in the academia: local universities offering new programs reflecting business needs

Stableford, Joan

Fairfield County business journal, 2005-05-16, Vol.44 (20), p.17

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Seven Recommendations for Highly Effective Senior Diversity Officers
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Seven Recommendations for Highly Effective Senior Diversity Officers

Williams, Damon A

Black issues in higher education, 2005-05-19, Vol.22 (7), p.53-53

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Campus Legends: A Handbook
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Campus Legends: A Handbook

Elizabeth Tucker 2005

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The Toll for Traveling Students: Durational-Residence Requirements for In-State Tuition after Saenz v. Roe
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The Toll for Traveling Students: Durational-Residence Requirements for In-State Tuition after Saenz v. Roe

Douglas R. Chartier

Michigan law review, 2005-12-01, Vol.104 (3), p.573-598

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American Indian Law Courses Headed to University of Richmond
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American Indian Law Courses Headed to University of Richmond

Diverse issues in higher education, 2005-12-15, Vol.22 (22), p.13-13

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Investment banker
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Investment banker

Careers & colleges, 2005-01-01, Vol.25 (3), p.7

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The hardest path: despite affirmative action and diversity officers, women and ethnic minorities are still badly under-represented in science. Alison Motluk listened to the stories of four people who made it
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The hardest path: despite affirmative action and diversity officers, women and ethnic minorities are still badly under-represented in science. Alison Motluk listened to the stories of four people who made it

Motluk, Alison

New scientist (1971), 2005-10-15, Vol.188 (2521), p.56

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