Posts tagged: Public Policy - Testing Site


| January 20, 2016
JUN LIU has been named vice provost for global affairs and dean of international academic progr [...] Read more

2015: Yet Another Turbulent Year for Black America

by | January 18, 2016
To put it bluntly, 2015 was a year that left its brash, brutal, ugly stain of racism on America [...] Read more

Ethics Probe Ordered Over School’s Request for State Money

| January 12, 2016
By Associated Press COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio’s House speaker has ordered an ethics investi [...] Read more


| January 11, 2016
KEITH YAMAMOTO has been named vice chancellor for science policy and strategy at the University [...] Read more

Texas Attorney General: Banning Guns in College Dorms Violates New Law

by Will Weissert, Associated Press | December 22, 2015
AUSTIN, Texas ― The attorney general of Texas said late Monday that banning guns in college d [...] Read more

Omnibus Bill a Win for HBCUs, Minority Institutions

by Autumn A. Arnett | December 20, 2015
Among the appropriations listed in the mega-bill is a $22 million increase in Title III funding [...] Read more

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

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

Social Media Will Broadcast the 2015 ‘Revolution’

by Robin Hughes | December 14, 2015
In the 1970s Gil Scott-Herron decreed that the revolution will not be televised; however, stude [...] Read more

Defending the Relevance, Importance of HBCUs in a White Privileged Society

by Robert T. Palmer and Larry J. Walker | December 2, 2015
There are some HBCUs that are struggling to survive and there are some thriving as well. The sa [...] Read more


LIZETTE V. RIVERA has been appointed director of diversity, inclusion and student activities at [...] Read more

Author Rejects Claim that Records Release Threatens Funding

by Associated Press | November 29, 2015
HELENA, Mont. ― State education officials must disclose the disciplinary records of a former [...] Read more

At UMD, New Frederick Douglass Square Illustrates State’s Racial Duality

by By Autumn A. Arnett | November 24, 2015
Maryland and its flagship campus’ celebration of diversity and inclusion served as an ironic [...] Read more

Four National Groups to Oppose Laws Allowing Guns on Campuses

by Ryan J. Foley, Associated Press | November 12, 2015
IOWA CITY, Iowa ― Four national groups representing college educators and trustees said Thurs [...] Read more

Welcome Aboard!

| November 2, 2015
Iraolyn Humphreys has joined the Diverse family as an Advertising Account Manager. She has 10 y [...] Read more

Harvard Law Professor Larry Lessig Ends Presidential Bid

by Lisa Lerer, Associated Press |
Harvard law professor Larry Lessig is ending his bid for the Democratic presidential nomination [...] Read more