Author Archives: Freeman A. Hrabowski III

Toward a More Diverse Research Community: Models of Success


This article is in Climate Engineering, Spring 2017


A forward-looking group of colleges and universities are demonstrating effective ways to educate underrepresented minorities for careers in science and engineering. Away from the spotlight on the recent presidential election and transition, the United States quietly reached a crossroads crucial to the nation’s future, yet hardly discussed by the national candidates. At this crossroads the […]

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This article is in New Horizons for a Flat World, Winter 2006


The university of the future In “Envisioning a Transformed University” (Issues, Fall 2005), James J. Duderstadt, Wm. A. Wulf, and Robert Zemsky have once again rung a bell that seemingly has not yet been heard at our universities. I would not term it a wake-up bell, as that was rung in 1994 with the emergence […]