Dr. James M. Rosser, former president of California State University, Los Angeles, was presented last night with the Dr. John Hope Franklin award at the American Council of Education conference.
At the 96th annual meeting of the American Council on Education, college and university presidents shared strategies on how to strengthen their respective international programs.
By ensuring that young Black and Latino men can achieve their highest academic potential, we truly become our brother’s keeper.
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Dr. Allen L. Sessoms appeared on a panel at the American Council of Education conference, where he said the University of the District of Columbia was not serious about making dramatic changes during his time as president.
Low-income kids who participate in Washington's College Bound scholarship program are going to college at nearly the same rate as their richer classmates and well ahead of other poor children who did not sign up, according to a new report released Monday.
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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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In this second Black History Month-focused edition, Diverse features New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker’s rise and desire to become the next “education senator.” The issue also covers the celebration of several Black Greek organizations’ centennials this year, as well as criticism over their relevance and adherence to founding principles.