Top 100 Degree Producers, 2014

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.   Click the link above to discover the institutions that confer the most degrees to students of color.  Ranked institutions are searchable by institution name, state, discipline or race/ethnicity of graduates.

Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars, 2014

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.

Emerging Scholars 2014

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.

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Black Issues

Scholars Find Obama’s Education Legacy Remains Up for Debate

As President Barack Obama hits the midpoint of his second term, many have begun to consider what will be his legacy, particularly as it relates to education. by Autumn A. Arnett

Joseph Francisco Developed Love for Science in Nurturing Environments

Even though the University of Nebraska―Lincoln’s Dr. Joseph Francisco didn’t have a role model at home who had gone to college — his grandparents, whom he lived with, did not go further than the second and third grade — he built his foundation to be by María Eugenia Miranda

Conference Brings Black Doctoral Candidates Together to Focus on Path to Success
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HBCUs Not Rushing to Embrace LGBTQA Issues of Staff and Students
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HBCUs Taking Concrete Steps to Support LGBTQA Students
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Asian American Issues

Expert Sees AAPI Churches, Elders as Keys to LGBT Inclusion in Higher Ed

A former evangelical minister, Jess Delegencia led a conference session last week examining the intersections—and historical lack thereof—among Asian American and Pacific Islanders (AAPI), Christianity and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. by Lydia Lum

Intervention Programs Having Positive Impact on AAPI Educational Achievement

AAPI community college students who participate in federally funded intervention programs are likelier than nonparticipating peers to earn associate’s degrees. by Lydia Lum

Yuri Kochiyama, Human Rights Advocate and Malcom X Ally, Dies
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D.C. STEM Symposium Examines Equity Issue
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Experts: Intentional Race-conscious Outreach Needed in Admissions Process
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Latino Issues

Pipeline Programs Hope to Bring More Physicians to Underserved Communities

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services reported in June that it would take approximately 8,200 additional primary care physicians to eliminate all of the currently designated “health professional shortage areas,” or HPSAs. by Pearl Stewart

Joseph Francisco Developed Love for Science in Nurturing Environments

Even though the University of Nebraska―Lincoln’s Dr. Joseph Francisco didn’t have a role model at home who had gone to college — his grandparents, whom he lived with, did not go further than the second and third grade — he built his foundation to be by María Eugenia Miranda

A Glimpse Into the Lives of Undocumented Students
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HSI Advocates Question Relevancy, Accuracy of College Ratings Systems
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HSI Leaders Urged to Make Voices Heard When it Comes to Funding
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American Indian Issues

Experts: More Focus Needed on Guiding Native Americans to Doctoral Programs

Higher Ed stakeholders are looking to boost the number of Native Americans earning Ph.D.s and their representation in the STEM fields. by Lekan Oguntoyinbo

Colleges Woo Native Americans With New Programs

A growing number of universities are offering programs to recruit and prepare Native American students for a transition to college life. by Krysta Fauria, Associated Press

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Low Profile of New President of NAACP Might Be Obstacle for Group’s Growth
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Community Colleges

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