TCU officials are planning to add a “Cabinet-level” diversity officer after students sent a demand letter asking for more campus inclusiveness.
TCU officials are planning to add a “Cabinet-level” diversity officer after students sent a demand letter asking for more campus inclusiveness. Joyce Marshall Star-Telegram
TCU officials are planning to add a “Cabinet-level” diversity officer after students sent a demand letter asking for more campus inclusiveness. Joyce Marshall Star-Telegram

TCU plans to add diversity official after students send demand letter

October 19, 2016 09:17 AM

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