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  • Utraque Unum 13:1 (2020/2021) 

    Wahl, Jessica; Scott, Liam; Wang, Willis; Goldsmith, Simon; Ryb, Bella; Mielke, Gabe; Hwang, Iris; James, Henry; Kelety, Bryce; Chisholm, Grace; Groseclose, Henry; Sargent, Katie; Ondeck, Eleanor; Goohs, Maxim; Brown, Jordan; Laird, Sarah; Marrow, Jonathan (Georgetown University. Tocqueville Forum for Political Understanding, 2020)
  • Annual Report 2020-2021 

    GUQ, CIRS (Center for International and Regional Studies, 2021-10-28)
  • Mission Not Accomplished: Unequal Opportunities and Outcomes for Black and Latinx Engineers 

    Carnevale, Anthony P.; Smith, Nicole; Quinn, Michael C. (Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, 2021)
    Engineering occupations are some of the highest-paying and most prestigious in the US labor market, but they are also some of the least diverse. Mission Not Accomplished: Unequal Opportunities and Outcomes for Black and ...
  • Selective Bias Asian Americans, Test Scores, and Holistic Admissions 

    Quinn, Michael C.; Carnevale, Anthony P. (Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, 2021)
    Selective Bias: Asian Americans, Test Scores, and Holistic Admissions evaluates the common arguments made by affirmative action critics and Students for Fair Admissions, which is suing Harvard University and has lawsuits ...
  • The College Payoff More Education Doesn’t Always Mean More Earnings 

    Cheah, Ban; Carnevale, Anthony P.; Wenzinger, Emma (Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, 2021)
    The College Payoff: More Education Doesn’t Always Mean More Earnings explores how lifetime earnings vary by education level, field of study, occupation, industry, gender, race and ethnicity, and location. The lifetime ...

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