Two recent presentations highlighted work by CRHEO's Gregory Wolniak, University of Denver's Mark Engberg, and Steinhardt doctoral candidate, Radomir Mitic on factors related to the graduate school trajectories of racially and ethnically diverse students. 

Last week, Wolniak and Mitic shared findings from this work at the 2017 AccessLex Legal Education Research Symposium in Clearwater Beach, Florida, as part of an invited session featuring sponsored projects by research and dissertation fellows, facilitated by the Association for Institutional Research. 

With Engberg, the two also headlined a session at the 42nd Annual Conference of the Association for the Study of Higher Education in Houston, Texas, on racialized and gendered enrollment patterns in graduate education.