Views - Higher Education

On Blazers and Blackness

by C. Emmanuel Little | August 30, 2015
Sometimes it’s the forced, extra warm smile. It could be an overtly cordial greeting with dis [...] Read more

Remembering Katrina

by Dr. Marc C. David | August 27, 2015
Associate Vice President for Arts and Sciences at Florence-Darlington Technical College Marc C. [...] Read more

All Campuses Need Cultural Spaces

by Amy N. Anderson and Lamarcus J. Hall | August 25, 2015
Many people often define “diversity” and “multiculturalism” as representing a variety o [...] Read more

Stem Degrees Not Earned by Math Alone

by Lisa M. Tittle | August 19, 2015
The science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) degree and career emphasis of the past sev [...] Read more

Expanding Postsecondary Opportunities for Incarcerated Americans

by Michelle Asha Cooper and Julie Ajinkya | August 12, 2015
In the past three decades the United States’ incarceration rate has exploded, with seven mill [...] Read more

Decreasing Leaks in the Postsecondary Pipeline

by Drs. Tommy J. Stevenson and Melvin C. Ray | August 10, 2015
A leaky postsecondary pipeline has enormous adverse implications for students, their families, [...] Read more

Adolescent Mentorship Programs: Does Race Matter?

by Maria E. Hengeveld | August 6, 2015
It is critical to understand how issues of power and social difference play out between mentor [...] Read more

Celebrating the 125th Anniversary of the Morrill Act of 1890

by Peter McPherson | August 3, 2015
The Morrill Act of 1890 aimed to further expand access to higher education and the promise of o [...] Read more

Remembering Dr. George E. Cooper

by Autumn A. Arnett | July 27, 2015
When I met Dr. Cooper in September 2013, he had just been named Executive Director of the White [...] Read more

Fresh Off the Boat to Grad School

by Melina Gehring | July 20, 2015
Taking on non-native speakers as graduate students definitely is a challenge, but your grad pro [...] Read more

Using History to Become Constructively Critical

by Dale Schlundt | July 16, 2015
In history as well as other disciplines, the need to corroborate the narrative is simply a give [...] Read more
Addressing the Skills Gap for Students and Young Adults

Addressing the Skills Gap for Students and Young Adults

by Eric Gaze | July 7, 2015
It is imperative that we address the failings and inequities of our current educational system, [...] Read more

Study on Black, Hispanic Children in Special Ed Wrong, Regressive

by Donna Y. Ford and Ivory A. Toldson | July 5, 2015
An op-ed by Paul L. Morgan and George Farks claimed that “black children are underrepresented [...] Read more

Getting Race and Poverty Right in Education

by H. Richard Milner IV | July 1, 2015
Several months ago, I was invited to conduct a professional development session in a school wit [...] Read more

The Legacy of Dr. Norman C. Francis and Xavier University

by Trevonne M. Thompson, MD and Myiesha Taylor, MD | June 29, 2015
Physicians and alumni of Xavier University, Trevonne M. Thompson, MD and Myiesha Taylor, MD rem [...] Read more