Mentorship: Building a Diverse Pipeline in the Academy

published 3 weeks ago by UCTV

Higher education has long lacked diversity. This panel of academics, who crossed path with late UCLA professor Leo Estrada at various points in their lives, discusses the lessons learned from his unique form of mentorship. They explain how making it in academia can be especially difficult for people from underrepresented communities, and how Estradas methods could be used to help get more students from those communities through higher education. [Public Affairs] [Education] [Show ID: 34995]

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