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Just the Stats: Faculty at Tribal Colleges

by Olivia Pullmann

In the July editions of my column, I presented data showing that minority faculty were more likely to dwell in the ranks of assistant professor than full professor, and that they were glaringly under-represented in various disciplines, including law.  Since then, a number of Diverse readers have suggested that I take a closer look at faculty at minority-serving institutions. This week, I’ll examine faculty statistics at Tribal Colleges and Universities (TCUs).

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