Posts tagged: Technology - Testing Site

Professor Zogry Rediscovers Intersection of Basketball and Religion

by Christina Sturdivant | February 28, 2016
As a researcher, Dr. Michael Zogry has a theoretical interest in the cross between athletics a [...] Read more

INDIANA UNIVERSITY–PURDUE UNIVERSITY INDIANAPOLIS

| February 25, 2016
IUPUI SENIOR STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICER: Indianapolis, Indiana Dr. Zebulun R. Davenport Establishe [...] Read more

BRYAN TERRY

|
BRYAN TERRY has been appointed vice chancellor for enrollment management at the University of N [...] Read more

LISA LARSON

|
LISA LARSON has been appointed president of Eastern Maine Community College. She is vice presid [...] Read more

Budget plan would cut $8M from University of Missouri system

| February 23, 2016
By Associated Press JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A Missouri lawmaker proposes cutting $8 million fro [...] Read more

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

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

Board Reprimands College President for Plagiarism

by Associated Press | February 15, 2016
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa ― Trustees of an Iowa community college have reprimanded the school presid [...] Read more

Allen Doing His Part to Change Face of Science

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | February 14, 2016
Allen, a 2016 Diverse Emerging Scholar, credits Jackson State University with being a supportiv [...] Read more

Black Students Choosing Low-paying Majors

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | February 9, 2016
Although African-Americans have increased access to higher education, African-American students [...] Read more

Billions of Free Federal Grant Money Go Unclaimed

by Jamal Eric Watson | February 8, 2016
More than $2.7 billion in free federal grant money went unclaimed during the past academic year [...] Read more

Diverse Conversations: Are Colleges Doing Enough to Close the Achievement Gap?

by Matthew Lynch |
When it comes to truly closing the achievement gap between students from all life backgrounds, [...] Read more

The Relevance of HBCUs Tied to Healing

by Dawn Henderson | February 7, 2016
The relevance of HBCUs is tied to a legacy of compensating for a system of education that too o [...] Read more

Chang Takes Autism Education to New Level

by Kenneth J. Cooper |
Dr. Ya-Chih Chang—a 2016 Diverse Emerging Scholar—balances educating graduate students on t [...] Read more

Georgetown University Revamps Diversity Initiatives

by Jamal Eric Watson |
The nation’s oldest Catholic university has initiated a wide range of sweeping reforms in an [...] Read more

Stanford: Ethnic Studies Courses Help At-risk High School Students

by Lydia Lum | February 3, 2016
High school ethnic studies courses focusing on how race and culture can impact life and identit [...] Read more