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Work by Brown, Ryan, Jackson cited in brief for UT Supreme Court case on race-conscious college admissions

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"After Supreme Court’s Fisher decision: what we need to know about considering race in admissions" - The Conversation. 06/23/2016.

This piece reviews current research regarding the effects of race-neutral versus race-conscious college admissions policies on campus diversity. As part of the recent related Supreme Court UT-Austin case petition, relevant work from 823 social science researchers at institutions across the U.S. was reviewed in an amicus brief. Among the 22 cited researchers from Michigan were Charles Brown, James Jackson, and Joseph Ryan.

Amicus brief of 823 social scientists

Researchers:

Charles C. Brown
Joseph P. Ryan

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