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Europe’s Forgotten Refugees

Beth Mitchneck, 2014-2016 Fellow, Jane Zavisca and Theodore P. Gerber. This piece was first published in Foreign Affairs. "In recent years, international headlines have featured stories and images of the ongoing refugee crisis in the Middle…
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Campus Tour Guides Should Know the Facts About Sexual Assault

Beth Mitchneck, 2015-2016 Public Voices Fellow. This piece was first published in The Chronicle of Higher Education, "My daughter and I recently returned from a whirlwind tour of six colleges in the Northeast. We were part…
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Stop bias and start change in STEM

Beth Mitchneck, 2015-2016 Public Voices Fellow. This piece was published in The Hill, "California Democrat Rep. Jackie Speier took to the floor of the House in January to talk about a rash of sexual harassment cases in university science departments…
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A recipe for change: Creating a more inclusive academy

Beth Mitchneck , 2015-2016 Public Voices Fellow, Jessi L. Smith, and Melissa Latimer. This piece was first published in AAAS Science, "Summary:  Although there has been a welcome increase in discussion about gender disparities in science…
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Not-So-Rosy Reality of Campus Race Relations

Beth Mitchneck, 2015-2016 Public Voices Fellow, and Tess Carter. This piece was first published in US News and World Report, " College presidents can't rely on rhetoric alone to generate real change and opportunities for minority students…
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Student and Faculty Diversity Movements — Apart and Together

Beth Mitchneck, 2015-2016 Public Voices Fellow and Tess Carter. This piece was first published in The Huffington Post, "Last month, Marvin Krislov, President of Oberlin College, responded to African-American student demands by refusing..."
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How to Help Internally Displaced Refugees

Beth Mitchneck , 2015-2016 Fellow. This piece was first published in Foreign Affairs "Last December, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees announced that 2015 saw record-breaking levels of forced migration; over 60 million individuals were pushed from their…
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