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Six Finalists for Southern University-Shreveport Chancellor

Six Finalists for Southern University-Shreveport Chancellor

by Associated Press | January 18, 2016
SHREVEPORT, La. ― Six semifinalists are in the running for chancellor of Southern University [...] Read more

King Holiday Kicks Off High-demand Period for Some Black Academicians

by Jamal Eric Watson | January 14, 2016
The lives of some of the nation’s most visible Black academicians are about to get even busie [...] Read more
Ithaca College President Announces 2017 Retirement

Ithaca College President Announces 2017 Retirement

by Associated Press |
ITHACA, N.Y. ― Ithaca College President Tom Rochon has announced retirement plans following s [...] Read more
Fired Ohio State Band Director’s Lawyers Ask Out of 2nd Case

Fired Ohio State Band Director’s Lawyers Ask Out of 2nd Case

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COLUMBUS, Ohio ― A second lawsuit by Ohio State University’s fired marching band director i [...] Read more
Northeastern U. Reaches 1st Labor Deal with Adjunct Faculty

Northeastern U. Reaches 1st Labor Deal with Adjunct Faculty

by Associated Press |
BOSTON ― Northeastern University says it has forged its first labor contract with a union rep [...] Read more

Non-tenure Track Faculty Moving to Front of Hiring Line

by Catherine Morris | January 7, 2016
According to the American Association of University Professors (AAUP), approximately 3 out of 4 [...] Read more
Florida Atlantic Officially Fires Professor Who Questioned Sandy Hook

Florida Atlantic Officially Fires Professor Who Questioned Sandy Hook

by Associated Press | January 6, 2016
BOCA RATON, Fla. ― A Florida college has officially fired a professor who claimed the massacr [...] Read more
Professor Facing Termination Over Religious Views Disputes Wheaton College’s Account

Professor Facing Termination Over Religious Views Disputes Wheaton College’s Account

by Sophia Tareen, Associated Press |
CHICAGO ― The professor of a Christian college who asserted Christians and Muslims worship th [...] Read more
Tiffin President Charles Resigns

Tiffin President Charles Resigns

by Diverse Staff | January 4, 2016
After six months in office, Tiffin president Dr. Curtis B. Charles resigned, effective Friday. [...] Read more

Cedar Valley College Receives Grant to Boost Black Male STEM Careers

by Catherine Morris | December 27, 2015
Cedar Valley College, one of seven institutions within the Dallas County Community College Dist [...] Read more

Diverse Conversations: Why Doesn’t Minority Faculty Look Like America?

by Matthew Lynch | December 23, 2015
A recent report found that, at some schools, like Harvard, Stanford, the University of Michigan [...] Read more

Elizabeth City State Chancellor Announces Resignation

by Diverse Staff | December 22, 2015
After serving little more than a year on the job, Stacey Franklin Jones abruptly resigned effec [...] Read more

Nursing, Health Care in Recovery Mode in Haiti

by Catherine Morris |
Nursing and health care education in Haiti is slowly growing after the catastrophic earthquake [...] Read more

U.S. Higher Ed Leaders See Endless Opportunities in Cuba

by Reginald Stuart | December 20, 2015
American and Cuban higher education leaders are exploring the possibilities of establishing ong [...] Read more

Community Colleges Becoming Prime Destination for Faculty

by Jamal Eric Watson | December 16, 2015
Long in the shadow of four-year institutions, community colleges are increasingly becoming viab [...] Read more