HEARD ON CAMPUS “Socioeconomic diversity ... serves as a means to extremely important ends of higher education: equalizing opportunity, educating leaders for all sectors of society, and enriching the educational experience of all students on campus. ... [W]e need to push for more progress in recruiting highly qualified students not only from lower-income but from middle-income families. ”
Amy Gutmann, president of the University of Pennsylvania and former Princeton provost, speaking about university leadership April 29 in McCosh 50.
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