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Do we—can we fulfill that mission with a student body that is increasingly privileged and increasingly does not look like a cross-section of eighteen-year-olds in the United States?
And so, to me, the answer is no.
So I totally agree with you that the rankings are a huge problem.
So they always—they feel compelled.
I think it will take an organized effort to sort of move away from those rankings. And you probably know a number of my colleagues, like Roger Geiger, dealing with historical aspects.
For example, of how testing came into place, because there were too many Jewish students at elite universities like Yale and Harvard.
I should tell you also that I am still a professor of higher education and international policy studies.
Thanks for highlighting that.
What are we trying to do as a university?
But I think they are incredibly damaging.
In terms of DEI, I think that this is a problem not just in higher education.
I think in the corporate sector, all over we see, on the one hand this promising increase in chief diversity officers, heads of diversity in a lot of different kinds of organizations.
And on the other hand, the extent to which they have power to impact change varies tremendously.
And, if that person being—a solo voice, and it really depends on how much they are backed by the administration, by leadership.

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