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The Benefits of Campus Activism

by Clenora Hudson-Weems | March 21, 2016 Student unrest and campus activism historically has been responsible in many ways for bringing Read more

11 Higher Ed Institutions Uniting to Boost Minority Students’ Grad Rates

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | March 10, 2016
Eleven institutions of higher education are joining an Education Trust-led initiative meant to [...] Read more

Recruitment and Retention Key in Diversifying Faculty at Public Schools

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | March 8, 2016
A recent panel at Howard University explored the demographic mismatch between public school tea [...] Read more

Education Expert: There’s Not Enough Follow Through on Equity Policies

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | February 28, 2016
Estela Bensimon says that, despite the emergence of favorable policies meant to bring about mor [...] Read more

Goshen College Pitching in to Tackle Disparities in Mental Health Access

by Catherine Morris | February 17, 2016
Goshen College will partner with a team of researchers from Harvard Medical School and Massachu [...] Read more
Texas A&M leaders Visit School, Apologize for Race Incident

Texas A&M leaders Visit School, Apologize for Race Incident

by Diana Heidgerd. Associated Press | February 16, 2016
DALLAS ― Texas A&M University System Chancellor John Sharp apologized Tuesday to high sch [...] Read more
Indiana University to Begin Review of Sex Misconduct Cases

Indiana University to Begin Review of Sex Misconduct Cases

by Associated Press |
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. ― Indiana University plans to begin reviewing 18 sexual misconduct cases th [...] Read more

Malagon Embraces Her Role of Facilitating Brilliance in the Community

by Jamal Eric Watson | February 15, 2016
Dr. Maria C. Malagon, a 2016 Diverse Emerging Scholar, is focused on issues relating to immigra [...] Read more

Survey Forecasts More Heat for College Campuses

by Lydia Lum | February 11, 2016
Findings from a new report suggest that participation in demonstrations may intensify in the co [...] Read more

Scholar Fits Paul Quinn College to a T

by Jamal Eric Watson | February 3, 2016
With a mother as a university professor and former dean of the College of Education at the Univ [...] Read more
Georgia Court: Immigrants Can’t Sue State Agency on Tuition

Georgia Court: Immigrants Can’t Sue State Agency on Tuition

by Kate Brumback, Associated Press | February 1, 2016
ATLANTA ― Georgia’s highest court on Monday ruled against a group of young people who were [...] Read more

8 Universities Unite to Guide More Latinos to Professoriate

by Jamal Eric Watson | January 31, 2016
Five majority research institutions and three Hispanic-serving institutions (HSIs) are teaming [...] Read more

Report: More HSIs Overall, but Growth Remains Concentrated

by Diverse Staff | January 28, 2016
The number of colleges and universities identified as Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs) rose [...] Read more

UCLA Exemplifies Ability to Forge Ahead in Fisher Era

by Katti Gray | January 20, 2016
The Supreme Court’s re-visit of Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin reignites the debate [...] Read more
State Colleges Consider Discount for Some Mexican Students

State Colleges Consider Discount for Some Mexican Students

by Associated Press | January 18, 2016
SANTA FE, N.M. ― New Mexico lawmakers are weighing whether to offer lower tuition at state co [...] Read more
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