Many universities in Boston area lack black and Hispanic professors

Feb. 16, 2010
Numbers don't match what's represented in the student population
FromThe Boston Globe: The lack of black and Hispanic professors, highlighted in two recent reports critical of the faculty makeup at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Emerson College, is a problem shared by the most prominent universities in the Boston area. JANUARY 2010...from The Boston Globe: An internal study at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge says the school must do a better job recruiting and retaining black and Hispanic faculty, who have a harder time getting promoted than their white and Asian colleagues.

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