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In them, he has found a ready audience. All its studies are based on federal, state and institutional data. Liu grew up in Bayside, Queens, and graduated from Binghamton University. Black and Asian graduates are twice as likely as white graduates to be unemployed. Deadline to apply is April 7, News, opinion and jobs in higher education - delivered each weekday. On-time graduation rates were twice as high for students at selective schools.
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After releasing those results for the first time this year, the National Student Clearinghouse plans to release updated data annually, Shapiro said. Perhaps the most shocking finding is that few graduates of any race or gender are thriving in all of the five markers of well-being that Gallup measured, including purpose, financial, social, community, and physical. People gather at a doorway at Howard University College of Medicine, where President Obama recently visited to discuss the impact of climate change on public health and steps that his administration is taking to reduce the health impacts of climate change on communities. Undergraduate degree results Published 23 November Contents. Please sign in to update your newsletter preferences.
Please read our guidelines for more information. A complaint the Zhaos filed with the ED in the summer of was, according to Zhao, rejected toward the end of the Obama administration. Black engineering graduates are less likely to find jobs than white students with lower second or third class degrees, according to a report that reveals stark inequalities within the profession. Blum, 66, has long fought against the use of race in everything from university admissions to government hiring, and was the architect of the Supreme Court case that gutted the heart of the Voting Rights Act. His answer was immediate: In total, 73 percent of black Brits voted for Britain to remain in the EU, as did 67 percent of Asian voters. Shortly after, Blum called the family and flew to Sacramento to meet.