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    Holistic Review in Graduate Admissions: A Report from the Council of Graduate Schools
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    Tuesday, January 19, 2016
    48 Pages

    Based on the findings of a 2015 research project supported by Hobsons, this publication explores current strategies for creating a more diverse graduate student population. This publication outlines the current state of graduate admissions at U.S. institutions, offers promising practices for graduate institutions seeking to implement holistic admissions processes, and provides an overview of existing resources for institutions. Hard copies of this publication are no longer available.

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    10 - 24$12.75
    25 - 49$11.00
    50 - 99$10.00

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