In a new book, Georgetown University law professor Sheryll Cashin argues for a new form of affirmative action.
The move signals a new effort by Morehouse to aggressively compete with predominantly White institutions for young Black superstar professors.
For many faculty and campus practitioners, the notion of LGBTQ student success is underexplored.
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Transparency is a vital component of just about any professional enterprise, but it is particularly important in higher education for maintaining positive relationships within the organizational structure.
Jonathan Waters was fired Thursday amid allegations he knew about and ignored “serious cultural issues,” some involving rituals where students were pressured to march in their underwear or participate in sexually themed stunts.
Chairman of Alabama State University Board Resigning
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