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Minority Student Recruitment, Retention and Career Transition Practices: A Review of the Literature

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Research conducted by Ms. Julia A. Bryan, Doctoral Candidate in the Counseling and Personnel Services (CAPS) Program at the University of Maryland, College Park, MD

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Cox, Matthews & Associates Consulting Group
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