(CAMPUS REFORM) – Indiana University announced recently its new $30 million “Diversity Hiring Initiative,” a multi-year fund to accelerate the hiring of “professors from groups traditionally underrepresented in higher education.”
Tuition and fees for an in-state student at IU’s main campus is $11,332 a year, meaning that $30 million dollars could cover one year’s expenses for over 2,600 Indiana students.
President Pamela Whitten, who made the details public in an email obtained by Campus Reform, boasted September 21 that the fund will “support the academic needs” of the university in a press release.
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