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First-Generation Students and Higher Education

Rashne JehangirRashne Jehangir, Assistant Professor in Postsecondary Teaching and Learning, was an invited speaker at the Minnesota College Student Personnel's annual Inclusion Institute. This year the institute focused on "Money Matters: Cash, Class and Higher Education in Minnesota." Jehangir's talk was titled "First-Generation students and higher education: The explicit and implicit costs of making it to college." Institute participants represented two-year, private, and public higher education institutions across the state of Minnesota.

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