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Supreme Court Justices Challenge Affirmative Action at Universities

“I’m just not impressed by the fact that — that the University of Texas may have fewer . Maybe it ought to have fewer,” Justice Antonin Scalia said.

New Coalition To Encourage Talented, But Poor Students To Apply To More Competitive Schools

The Coalition for Access, Affordability and Success has teamed up with Stanford, Dartmouth, Penn State, Rutgers and 84 others to change the way colleges can achieve greater inclusion in their student populations.

Discrimination Against Job Applicants with Disabilities Exposed

A study conducted by Rutgers and Syracuse universities uncovered proof of employer discrimination against people with disabilities.

A Partnership Program of NJTV, Horizon Foundation for New Jersey, Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion (OIDI), Latino Leadership Alliance Foundation and RU-TV

The educational goal of the documentary is to increase awareness of the social and cultural factors that compound illnesses in Latino communities in New Jersey.

Rutgers Future Scholars

Rutgers Future Scholars Take Part in First Lady’s Higher-Ed Initiative

The Rutgers program, which helps set a solid educational foundation for at-risk students starting in middle school, is one of the select programs participating in Michelle Obama’s event.

White Guy Responds to ‘Why Did He Kill Himself?’

A DiversityInc reader asks "what else" was going on in the life of a gay college student who committed suicide after his roommate secretly filmed and broadcast a video of him kissing another man. Read why the White Guy says this question is pointless and offensive.

Ask the White Guy, Luke Visconti, DiversityInc CEO

All About Don Imus

The news about MSNBC dropping Don Imus' simulcast is not surprising. From a purely business standpoint, Imus is no longer worth retaining. Regardless of what audience he may command in the future, sponsors have backed off and a radio/television program without advertising is an expense, not a business proposition.