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Volume 2, Issue 3 - Fall 2003

Diversity at K-State

Beda GarciaTommy WongDeidra SainaMatt Padilla

Contents

Introduction

Diversity of "paramount importance" to K-State

 

Programs and Resources

McNair Scholars Program prepares underrepresented students for graduate school

PILOTS begins its 10th year of guiding students through freshman year

Developing scholars program gives new K-Staters a chance to research

K-State graduate guided by PILOTS, Developing Scholars, and McNair Scholars Programs

Grant a bridge to future for minorities in biomedical sciences field

Tilford Group seeks to infuse curriculum, develop set of multicultural competencies

K-State, Tuskegee partnership advances diversity in aviation industry (from the Vol. 1 Issue 4 Perspectives)

 

English as a Second Language Program

K-State's distance ESL program getting national recognition (from the Vol. 1 Issue 2 Perspectives)

Program helps second-language learners, school districts (from the Vol. 1 Issue 2 Perspectives)

 

Student Groups and Activities

Multicultural theater offers unique outlet for K-State students

International students add cultural and economic strength to K-State

 

Research and Expertise

Understanding American culture means understanding the blues

Black Americans played vital role in developing America

 

Affirmative action

Q & A with Clyde Howard, director of the office of affirmative action at K-State

Pros and Cons

Affirmative action's foggy future

 


Staff

News Services

 

Perspectives archives

 

Links

News Services

K-State academic department directory

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