Diversity At Stanford

Posted by at 11:47AM

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One thing you’ll find published about Stanford is the impressive diversity of the undergraduate population. But one of the little secrets about Stanford is that the graduate population is significantly less diverse, as the chart above demonstrates. If you’re interested in learning more there will be a town hall forum at the GCC:

What: Graduate Diversity Town Hall Forum, Discussion of Implicit Bias
When: May 10, 2007 @ 5:30pm
Where: Graduate Community Center (750 Escondido Road), Havana Room
Free Pizza will be provided, all are welcome!

Sorry for the poor image quality–I’m too lazy to make a new figure.

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5 Responses to “Diversity At Stanford”

  1. Galen says:

    wow, that is pretty shitty looking

  2. Gilbert says:

    The image quality or the data in the graph?

  3. yes says:

    what about asian & asian-american undergrads and grad students? what does that statistic look like?

  4. Galen says:

    oh, i was referring to the graphic… haha. but the data isn’t anything to be proud of, that’s for sure. thanks for posting this!

  5. Logo & Web Banner Design says:

    hey thats great idea to show this – how important education is :)

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