UNC Chapel Hill opens academic program up to all races after civil rights complaint
But several other university programs closed to white male students remain a concern, watchdog says
The University of North Carolina Chapel Hill recently amended an academic program to accept applicants of all races as the result of a civil rights complaint.
Initially the Fellowship for Exploring Research in Nutrition program, or FERN, was only open to undergrads “from Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) populations.”
Read more at The College Fix.
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