Columbia study on racial preferences in dating


Death and Dixie: How the Courthouse Confederate Flag Influences Capital Cases in Louisiana
Cecelia Trenticosta and William C. Collins

Columbia was founded by James W. Rouse (1914-1996), a native of Easton, Maryland . In 1935 Rouse obtained a job in Baltimore with the Federal Housing Administration , a New Deal agency whose purpose was to promote home ownership and home construction. This position exposed Rouse to all phases of the housing industry. [9] Later in the 1930s he co-founded a Baltimore mortgage banking business. In the 1950s his company, by then known as James W. Rouse and Company, branched out into developing shopping centers and malls. In 1957 Rouse formed Community Research and Development, Inc. (CRD) for the purpose of building, owning and operating shopping centers throughout the country. Community Research and Development, Inc., which was managed by James W. Rouse and Company, became a publicly traded company in 1961. In 1966, Community Research and Development, Inc. changed its name to The Rouse Company, after it had acquired James W. Rouse and Company in exchange for company stock. [10] [11]

"Identifying the barriers to optimal treatment will enable us to intervene to reduce racial disparities and to improve survival for all women with breast cancer," said Alfred I. Neugut, ., ., professor of Medicine and Epidemiology at Columbia University Medical Center, co-director of the Cancer Prevention Program at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia, and the principal investigator of the DOD-funded Breast Cancer Center of Excellence.


Columbia study on racial preferences in dating

Columbia study on racial preferences in dating