Usually when a call is made for more diversity on campus, it entails increasing the proportion of poor students and students of color at selective institutions that grant baccalaureate degrees.
In The Condition of Education 2013, the National Center for Education Statistics documents that nearly 30 percent of 20- to 24-year-olds are neither employed nor attend school.
While committed to increasing diversity among students, the higher ed community largely has failed to align those initiatives with specific workforce needs.
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UNCF Student Leadership Conference Preps Students to Diversify Social Entrepreneurship, Financial Services Fields
The United Negro College Fund has pulled together students from two of its summer programs at its annual Student Leadership Conference with the aim of prepping them for internships and eventual entry into careers.
The embattled board of trustees of South Carolina State University signaled earlier this week it was moving ahead with its disputed agenda for the institution.
4 Plead Guilty in Alabama College Hazing Case
Fisk University Begins ‘Renaissance’ With Revamped Board of Trustees Latino College Enrollment Rate Surpasses That of Whites Asian-Americans, Pacific Islanders Still See Voids in American Narrative Idle No More Brings Native Voices, Tribal Education to the Forefront Griner Interview Fuels Further Discussion of inclusion in College Sports Two Males Go to Head of Class at Clark Atlanta U. Perspective: Beyond Borders—STEM Education as a Global Priority Report: Despite Outpacing Men in Educational Attainment, Women’s Pay Still Lagging
For several years now, Diverse: Issues In Higher Education has produced the Top 100 Degree Producers rankings of the institutions that confer the most degrees to minority students. Use the links below to discover the institutions that confer the most degrees to students of color. Search by institution name, state, discipline or race/ethnicity of
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education sponsors the Arthur Ashe, Jr. Sports Scholar Awards to honor undergraduate students who have excelled in the classroom as well as on the athletic field.
Every year, the Emerging Scholars edition features a diverse group of rising researchers, thinkers and leaders in various fields. Their credentials and accomplishments distinguish them, but it's the level of social consciousness among the members of this year's class that makes them truly excellent.
In this unique series, Diverse: Issues In Higher Education honors the life and career of Xavier University of Louisiana President Norman Francis. For more than four decades, Francis has led the private, historically Black, New Orleans-based university to exemplary accomplishment and achievement.
We pay tribute to Dr. Walter Bumphus, a pioneering community college "leader of leaders."