ERIC Number: ED029815
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
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Graduate Opportunities for Black Students.
Paynter, Julie, Ed.
This document catalogues graduate opportunities specifically for black students in 1969-70 at 42 universities, 96 additional graduate departments (social sciences, natural sciences, mathematics, and humanities), and 111 additional professional schools (particularly social work, education, law, medicine, theology, business, and library science). Over 100 related programs and opportunities also appear, such as graduate support for black veterans, postbaccalaureate or fifth-year programs, summer study and work, national sources of financial assistance, and opportunities for other minority groups. Information compiled for the entries includes admission criteria for blacks, available financial assistance, possible waiver or deferment of application fee in cases of need, curriculum relevant to Afro-Americanism, available tutoring programs, and number of black students enrolled. A 15-item annotated bibliography on graduate education (general) is included. (Author/LP)
Descriptors: Black Students, Educational Opportunities, Graduate Study, Liberal Arts, Minority Groups, Professional Education
c/o Julie Paynter, 6753 South Chappel Avenue, Chicago, Ill. 60649 (to undergraduate students, $1.00; to others and institutions, $2.00)
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