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Racialization in Admissions

Racialization in Admissions

Wednesday, February 1, 2023
12:00pm
Terrace Room #426 - 450 JANE STANFORD WAY, BLDG. 460, STANFORD

This event will bring together faculty researchers from the Graduate School of Education, Ari Y. Kelman, Eujin Park, and Anthony Antonio in a conversation about the past and future of admissions at Stanford. Drawing connections between Jewish and Asian American experiences, the group will reflect on coalitional responses to the recent report on antisemitism in Stanford admissions. How do Asian American and Jewish communities experience model minority discourses and processes of racialization in similar and distinct ways? How can Stanford's and other universities' histories of antisemitic admissions policies inform current debates about college admissions?

Event Details


Event Admission 
Open to public
Event Audience 
Prospective Students
Admitted Students
PhD Students
MA/MS Students
Alumni/Friends
Undergraduates
Educators
Educators, Elementary
Educators, Secondary
Educators, Higher Ed
Administrators, K-12
Administrators, Higher Ed
Researchers
Sponsor 
Asian American Studies Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity Taube Center for Jewish Studies

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