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Diverse Conversations: Have For-profit Schools Preyed on Minorities?

by Matthew Lynch | February 18, 2016
Have For-profit Schools Preyed on Minorities? [...] Read more

Louisiana Higher Education Leaders Say They’re not Using Scare Tactics

by Melinda DeSlatte, Associated Press | February 17, 2016
BATON ROUGE, La. ― Higher education leaders pushed back Wednesday at suggestions they are exa [...] Read more

Iranian-Born Gharipour Building Reputation as Champion of Architecture

by Catherine Morris | February 16, 2016
Dr. Mohammad Gharipour, a 2016 Diverse Emerging Scholar, is sharing with the world his view tha [...] Read more

Mount St. Mary’s President Says he Won’t Resign

by Associated Press | February 15, 2016
EMMITSBURG, Md. ― The president of a Catholic college in Maryland is rejecting the faculty’ [...] Read more

Schumer Pushes Legislation to Reduce College Student Debt

by Associated Press |
SYRACUSE, N.Y. ― Sen. Charles Schumer says a new legislative package he’s promoting will pu [...] Read more

Replacement for Scalia Becoming an Issue of a Generation

by Emil Guillermo | February 14, 2016
In a presidential election year, with 34 Senate seats also in play, the death of Antonin Scalia [...] Read more

University of Kansas Endowment Using Crowdfunding

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LAWRENCE, Kan. ― The KU Endowment Association is trying to raise money for smaller projects a [...] Read more

Utah Colleges not Graduating Enough Teachers for Demand

by Associated Press |
SALT LAKE CITY ― Utah’s public schools need more teachers to fill their classrooms, but sta [...] Read more

Open-source Textbooks Gain in Push for College Affordability

by Michael Melia, Associated Press | February 11, 2016
STORRS, Conn. ― The standard textbook for Fundamentals of General Chemistry I at the Universi [...] Read more

JESSICA CHEN WEISS

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JESSICA CHEN WEISS has been named an associate professor of government at Cornell University. S [...] Read more

UConn Warns Cuts Could Lead to Closing Regional Campuses

by Pat Eaton-Robb, Associated Press | February 10, 2016
HARTFORD, Conn. ― The leaders of Connecticut’s public colleges and universities asked l [...] Read more

Chancellor: Cash-strapped UC Berkeley Faces Tough Decisions

by Lisa Leff, Associated Press |
BERKELEY, Calif. ― The University of California, Berkeley, is running a $150 million deficit [...] Read more

Dr. Nina Mahmoudian: A ‘Pioneer’ in Underwater Robotics

by Catherine Morris | February 9, 2016
Dr. Nina Mahmoudian—a 2016 Diverse Emerging Scholar—has applied her knowledge about flight [...] Read more

Black Students Choosing Low-paying Majors

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim |
Although African-Americans have increased access to higher education, African-American students [...] Read more

Getting Published While Black

by Donna Y. Ford | February 8, 2016
Minority journals are legitimate and must be valued in the recruitment, retention, and promotio [...] Read more