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Second Graduate Forum Addresses Benefits of DiversityThe advancement of minority postbaccalaureate students “is not only critical to the local context but directly tied to the nation’s educational prosperity,” says Silas H. Abrego, acting vice president for student affairs. Promoting diversity in higher education can shrink the achievement gap, the differences in academic performance among groups of students identified by ethnicity and income. That was the point of the university's second annual Graduate Forum. Read more about the forum and watch video excerpts of the conference presentations.