SCOTUS Decision against Race-Conscious Admissions, Data Analysis, and Maintaining a Diverse Student Body
Hosted by the AACP
Join us for the first session in a series of discussions addressing the repercussions following the SCOTUS decision regarding race-conscious admissions. Get a brief overview from AACP's Director of Institutional Research, Nancy Nguyen, on the relevant data AACP collects. Then, hear from Karen Miksch, Associate Professor of Higher Education and Law at the University of Minnesota, who will delve into the case, the verdict, and the far-reaching ramifications of this ruling. Topics will encompass federal guidance, example strategies employed by some schools to maintain diversity, pre- and post-admissions solutions, and concerns regarding the future of race-based scholarships and outreach/bridge programs.
- Learn more about AACP's data analysis of the SCOTUS decision's impact.
- Learn about potential implications of the ruling, including concerns about the future of race-based initiatives.
Associate Director of Student Recruitment and Diversity
Associate Director of Policy and Strategic Engagement
Associate Professor of Higher Education & Law
University of Minnesota
Director of Institutional Research