The interviews in this collection are case studies of policies pursued by UCSF and Stanford University medical schools to
increase racial and ethnic diversity, from the 1960s to the 2000s. Nancy M. Rockafellar was the interviewer and editor of
the finished transcripts. Professors and administrators interviewed from Stanford Medical School are Roy Maffly, Bernard Nelson,
Leon Rosenberg, and Fernando Mendoza. Professors and administrators from UCSF include Julius R. Krevans, Philip R. Lee, John
A. Watson, and John S. Wellington.
The purpose of this project was to better understand the mix of interventions, public and private, that might be used to increase
diversity in U. S. medical schools.
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