Boosting Retention for Ethnic Minority Students: Faculty Buy-in and Involvement

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For this third article in our series on supporting the academic success of underrepresented minority students, we interviewed Goldie Adele, director of the Disability Resource Center at Southern Connecticut State University. Adele is an attorney with expertise in diversity and disability services, a past chair of the National Bar Association, Legislative Division, and a key thinker on supporting diverse student populations.

In this article, we'll share Adele's tips for inviting meaningful faculty involvement and buy-in.


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