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Nov 2016
The report, Research Activity at the 1890 Universities, offers critical insight into the type of research ongoing at the 19 historically black land-grant universities. The five year period of 2012-2016 demonstrates notable research activity within primarily teaching-centered universities. Implications of research pursuits and productivity are important and the 1890 universities are engaging in research irrespective of the institutional type and infrastructural capacity they hold.

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Nov 2016
Final program for the 2016 APLU Anuual Meeting

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Sep 2016
Under its National Science Foundation (NSF) INCLUDES pilot grant, APLU will undertake activities aimed at creating a national alliance to help its members increase the number of STEM faculty at APLU member institutions from underrepresented and traditionally underserved groups: women, members of minority racial and ethnic groups, persons with disabilities, and persons from low-socioeconomic backgrounds.

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Sep 2016
The report, Diverse Pathways to STEM Degree Completion: Connecting Minority Males to Student Success, provides an overview of the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) Office of Access and Success’ initiative to increase the recruitment and matriculation of underrepresented minority (URM) males in the STEM disciplines at public universities.

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Jul 2016
Many universities have developed innovative strategies to increase participation of underrepresented groups in STEM and biomedical science fields. This report reviews existing evidence for university diversity strategies, identifies key research gaps, and proposes concrete research actions to improve the evidence base for successful interventions. The results of these actions, if pursued, have the potential to transform the way universities do business, increasing investment in practices that work and helping leaders phase out those that do not.

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