Minority Serving Institutions
This project investigates college access and postsecondary outcomes for Black and Hispanic students at Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs). The current papers utilize the state longitudinal student-level database in Texas. The next phase of the project will be led through the CPS, focusing on expanding the scope of the work to include MSIs in Florida, engaging additional finding agencies, and examining returns on investment.
Project page for Minority Serving Institutions (hosted by NYU)
Flores, S. M., Park, T. J., Baker, D. (under review). The Racial College Completion Gap Evidence from Texas
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Flores, S. M., & Park, T. J. (Published on-line first). The effect of enrolling in a minority-serving institution for Black and Hispanic students in Texas. Research in Higher Education.
Park, T.J., & Flores, S.M. (2014). MSI degree completion: Using data for fair comparisons. MSIs Unplugged: A Research Outline for the Center for Minority Serving Institutions at the University of Pennsylvania.
Flores, S. M., & Park, T. J. (2013). Race, Ethnicity, and College Success: Examining the Continued Significance of the Minority-Serving Institution. Education Researcher, 42(3), 115-128.