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Affirmative Action and Diversity 

AACP Committee on Affirmative Action and Diversity - Final Report: October 2000.

AAMC Assessing Medical School Admissions Policies: Implications of the U.S. Supreme Court Decision - Free AAMC publication offers a framework for using the diversity rationale in building race-conscious/ethnicity-conscious admissions policies. Information is relevant to pharmacy school admissions offices as well.

Affirmative Action in 25 Years: Will We Need It? - Presentation made by Kati Haycock of Education Trustat at the FASHP Colloquium (11/3/2003) in Washington, DC on "Building Diversity: Tools for Making a Difference." www.edtrust.org

Developing Student-Institutional Policies without Legal Headaches - Materials provided by Vicki Gotkin, counsel at The University of Arizona, for 2002 AACP Interim Meeting. Topics include ADA, Buckley Amendment and standardized tests policies.

Diversity: A Missing Link to Professionalism - Chisholm MA. Diversity: A Missing Link to Professionalism. Am J Pharm Educ. 2004; 68 (5) Article 120.

Gender and Racial Differences in Select Determinants of Student Success - Carroll CA, Garavalia LS. Gender and racial differences in select determinants of student success. Am J Pharm Educ. 2002;66:382-7.

Health Professions for Diversity Coalition - AACP works through HPD to raise awareness of the need for diversity in the healthcare workforce among health professionals, policy makers and the public.

Grutter and Gratz: Amicus Briefs - Amicus briefs submitted to the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of the University of Michigan.

In the Nation's Compelling Interest: Ensuring Diversity in the Health Care Workforce - February 2004 IOM Report.

Access and Diversity Collaborative Resources - Background resources from the College Board's Access and Diversity Collaborative. Launched in 2004, the project aims to continue discussions about access and diversity policies following the June 2003 Supreme Court decisions in the University of Michigan cases.

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