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Team members: Please add your research results below in the following way.
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'''Top policies for departments'''
  
  
1. Give a one sentence summary of the strategy proposed/analyzed.
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1. Offer a course on [[Race, Ethnicity, and Gender in Economics]] or on  [[heterodox theories of economics]].  
  
  
2. Provide a link to another wiki page that
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2. Encourage older students to become [[mentoring|peer mentors]] for younger classmates.
  
a. summarizes the research method and findings (maybe use some quotes from the source)
 
  
b. provides full citation of the source
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3. Utilize [[summer bridge programs|bridge programs]] to ease transition into introductory courses.
  
c. links to the source
 
  
d. records your name, your comments/questions if any, and your overall rating of the source
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4. [[Alter the introductory textbooks]] to better portray the diversity of the population.
  
  
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5. [[Recruit and retain a diverse faculty]] that will have an impact students on a more diverse level.
  
Top ten practices for departments
 
  
1. Offer a course on ...
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6. [[Actively recruit]] students who were may have been underprepared or unsure about the academic subject from high school.

Latest revision as of 13:32, 20 September 2016

Top policies for departments


1. Offer a course on Race, Ethnicity, and Gender in Economics or on heterodox theories of economics.


2. Encourage older students to become peer mentors for younger classmates.


3. Utilize bridge programs to ease transition into introductory courses.


4. Alter the introductory textbooks to better portray the diversity of the population.


5. Recruit and retain a diverse faculty that will have an impact students on a more diverse level.


6. Actively recruit students who were may have been underprepared or unsure about the academic subject from high school.