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Critics say BSU diversity programs don’t work in real world. Top Boise employer disagrees (access required)

In the middle of a summer roiled by debates over the value of diversity and inclusion programs at Idaho universities, a Micron Technology announcement with international implications made waves locally. Boise-based Micron Technology hired Sharawn Connors, the company’s first vice president of diversity and inclusion, in August, continuing a push to create a diverse workforce across ...

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