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Marvin Krislov

Marvin Krislov has served as the president of Pace University since August 2017. He was previously the president of Oberlin College and prior to that vice president and general counsel at the University of Michigan.

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Stories by this Author

  • The Review | Opinion

    Does It Matter if Our Universities Look Like America?

    A key player in the 2003 Grutter case takes stock of Monday’s Supreme Court arguments.
  • Commentary

    Building on the Success of the ‘Fisher’ Decision

    Colleges need to expand the pipeline of talented individuals, and to provide opportunities for diverse groups of young people to work together, long before they reach college age.
  • Commentary

    College Is Still for Creating Citizens

    Higher education should go beyond preparing students for the workplace, say two educators at Oberlin.
  • The Review

    A President in the Classroom

    In early a decade as a college administrator, Oberlin College’s Marvin Krislov has chosen to teach at least one course a semester. He explains why.
  • The Review

    Open the ‘Black Box’ of College Admissions

    In the wake of the Supreme Court’s rulings in the Michigan cases, we have learned a great deal about how to design an admissions system that appropriately considers race. But reviewing university procedures -- and revising them if necessary -- represents only a portion of the work ahead of us. If…