Posts tagged: Agriculture - Diverse
Page 1 of 14123Next ›Last »

Fight for the Diversity Vote Intensifies as Week’s Primaries Focus on Michigan and Mississippi

by | March 7, 2016 Late last week, Def Jam entrepreneur Russell Simmons announced he was supporting Hillary Clinto Read more


KAREN L. MILLER was appointed vice president for human resources and risk at Middlebury College [...] Read more


| January 28, 2016
MARIE JOHNSON has been named dean of the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics at Califor [...] Read more

Community Colleges to Get Rid of Out-of-state Teachers

| January 12, 2016
By Associated Press DENVER — The Colorado Community College System is warning several dozen o [...] Read more

University of Missouri Agriculture Group Goes All-Female

by Associated Press | January 5, 2016
COLUMBIA, Mo. ― An agriculture leadership group at the University of Missouri is made up of a [...] Read more

Study Finds Students’ Homelessness, Hunger Community College Issues

by Diverse Staff | December 7, 2015
A study from the Wisconsin HOPE lab surveyed students at 10 community colleges across the count [...] Read more


| November 18, 2015
NASHID MADYUN has been appointed director of the Southeastern Regional Black Archives and Resea [...] Read more

Union Push Gains Steam Among Yale, Harvard Grad Students

by Michael Melia, Associated Press | November 5, 2015
Efforts to unionize graduate students at private universities are gaining momentum as the Natio [...] Read more


| November 4, 2015
JULIANA STRATTON was appointed director of the Center for Public Safety and Justice at the Univ [...] Read more


| September 9, 2015
LESTER ARNOLD has been named associate vice chancellor for human resources at Winston-Salem Sta [...] Read more

Facility Being Built at Rhode Island University Collapses

by Jennifer McDermott, Associated Press | September 1, 2015
An athletic building under construction at a private university collapsed Tuesday, injuring six [...] Read more

Minneapolis Project – Creating Cooks and Urban Farmers

| August 18, 2015
After living with the effects of gang violence in north Minneapolis for 16 years, Princess Titu [...] Read more


| July 28, 2015
MILTON OVERTON has been appointed director of intercollegiate athletics at Florida Agricultural [...] Read more

Wabash College Works to Retain Minority Students

by Associated Press | July 27, 2015
A small, male-only liberal arts college in western Indiana is hosting 30 students this summer a [...] Read more

Lincoln University Professor’s Facebook Comments Stir Controversy

by Diverse Staff | July 23, 2015
Lincoln University professor Dr. Kaukab Siddique has made waves over anti-Semitic, misogynistic [...] Read more
Page 1 of 10123Next ›Last »