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Jewish Man Says Christian School Didn’t Hire Him Over Faith

| December 14, 2015 by Associated Press PORTLAND, Ore. – A Portland man says a small private Christian colleg Read more

DEBORAH BERKE

| November 4, 2015
DEBORAH BERKE has been named dean of the Yale School of Architecture, effective July 1. She is [...] Read more

DOROTHY BROWNE

| October 8, 2015
DOROTHY BROWNE has been named dean of the School of Public Health at Jackson State University. [...] Read more

Novelist Quits Teaching at Phoenix College Over Loyalty Oath

by Associated Press | September 29, 2015
PHOENIX — A crime novelist and poet quit his job teaching creative writing at Phoenix College [...] Read more

Special Report: Academic Kickoff

| August 29, 2013
In this annual “back to school” edition, Diverse features Dr. James Comer and his continuin [...] Read more

U.S.-Mexico Border Journalism Project Continues To Train Hispanics in Writing and Reporting

by Reginald Stuart | October 10, 2011
Borderzine is approaching its fifth anniversary with much to celebrate about its efforts to tra [...] Read more

San Francisco State Journalism Professor Yumi Wilson’s Multicultural Heritage Helps Connect People

by Lydia Lum | August 11, 2011
The former reporter for The Associated Press and the San Francisco Chronicle was a Fulbright Sc [...] Read more

New York Public Policy Think Tank Zeroes In on Debate Over Dwindling Resources in Higher Education

by María Eugenia Miranda | August 4, 2011
Just as the debate over resources has simmered down with a debt deal in Washington, policy anal [...] Read more

Raising the Bar on Diversity

by R.F. Levine | July 28, 2011
Part two of three-part series — Allegheny College’s transformation emerges with dialogue, r [...] Read more

Until the Needle Breaks

by B. Denise Hawkins | June 17, 2011
Four top scholars discuss the enduring musical legacy of Motown records. [...] Read more

Political Strategist Brazile Says Scholar’s Obama Criticism is Valuable for Democrats

by Jamal Eric Watson | April 25, 2011
Donna Brazile, one of the nation’s most visible Democratic strategists, recently journeyed to [...] Read more

Race Unknown

by Katti Gray | February 21, 2011
 For a small but growing number of multiracial students, freedom means being able to ident [...] Read more

Faculty Members Seeking to Oust Medgar Evers President

by B. Denise Hawkins | February 4, 2011
Medgar Evers College, the newest and smallest member of the City University of New York system, [...] Read more

Faculty Members Seeking to Oust Medgar Evers President

by B. Denise Hawkins | February 3, 2011
In response to the no-confidence vote, Dr. William Pollard, president since August 2009, issued [...] Read more

Book Reviews: Life Journeys in Academia

by Angela P. Dodson | November 30, 2010
While college professors spend a lot of time preparing others for careers, three recent academi [...] Read more
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