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Diverse Docket: Nigerian-born Student Loses Bias Suit

by Eric Freedman | March 18, 2016 A Nigerian-born graduate student who failed his doctoral qualifying exam three times has lost a Read more

ACE and ACUE Collaborate on Program to Improve College Instruction

by Catherine Morris | March 7, 2016
The American Council on Education (ACE) and the Association of College and University Educators [...] Read more

University of Missouri Teaching Waivers Scrutinized

| December 14, 2015
by Associated Press COLUMBIA, Mo. — A new report shows that almost 40 percent of tenure-track [...] Read more

A Lesson in Isolation: Being Hopi in Higher Education

by Sandy Kewanhaptewa-Dixon | November 23, 2015
I find it difficult to play the token Indian, to be one of the few Native role models and the o [...] Read more

Applicants Urged to Speak Up at Negotiating Table

by Jamal Eric Watson | July 23, 2015
Too often the applicants — particularly women and minorities — who are new to the world of [...] Read more

USDA Pledges to Continue to Give 1890 Schools a Hand

by Catherine Morris | July 16, 2015
The Secretary of the United States Department of Agriculture, Thomas Vilsack, outlined a series [...] Read more

Mayes Recognized With Dissertation Award in Counseling

by Jamal Eric Watson | April 7, 2015
The American Educational Research Association will honor Dr. Renae D. Mayes, a rising star in t [...] Read more

Navigating Your First Tenure-Track Academic Position

by Brandon Brown | January 1, 2015
One’s ­first faculty position can be quite the mystery; at least it was for me. [...] Read more

Panel: ‘Guru Mentor Model’ Not Practical for Promoting Diversity Within STEM Professoriate

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | October 8, 2014
In order to increase and maintain gender and ethnic diversity within the STEM professoriate, th [...] Read more

Diverse Conversations: Understanding the Peer-Review Process

by Matthew Lynch | July 13, 2014
Up there with the tenure system, the peer-review process is perhaps one of the most baffling an [...] Read more

Former Pro Football Player Shifts into Role of Scholar

by Christina Sturdivant | July 8, 2014
Dr. Pellom McDaniels describes himself as a conundrum in the world of higher education. [...] Read more

University of Florida Takes Giant Step Onto Center Stage

by Jamal Watson | May 6, 2014
Hiring computer science guru Dr. Juan E. Gilbert and colleagues from Clemson is just the start [...] Read more

Diverse Conversations: What K-12 Systems Can Learn from Best Education College Rankings

by Matthew Lynch | April 9, 2014
Student success stems from teacher capability. The educators who oversee today’s classrooms d [...] Read more

Report: Part-time Professors Represented Among the Working Poor

by Ronald Roach | February 6, 2014
House Democratic education committee staffers release congressional study that documents diffic [...] Read more

Samford Law’s Wendy Greene Uses Lessons of Civil Rights Movement to Fight Current Day Racial Inequality

by Ronald Roach | January 27, 2014
This Diverse 2014 Emerging Scholar, inspired by the work of Thurgood Marshall and student-led s [...] Read more
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