Joseph Hong - Higher Education
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Joseph Hong
Joseph Hong is a staff writer for Diverse covering breaking news and Minority Serving Institutions. Prior to joining the publication in 2017, Joseph was a student at the Stabile Center for Investigative Journalism at Columbia Journalism School in New York. While at Columbia he covered everything from special education to North Korea-related issues. Joseph received his B.A. in Comparative Literature from the University of California in Irvine. From 2013 to 2016, he pursued a PhD in Comparative Literature at Rutgers University but ultimately decided to pursue journalism.


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Arizona’s James a Pioneer in Inclusion Initiatives

by | February 11, 2018 Dr. Stanlie James began her career as an innovative scholar of Black feminism and international Read more

Emerging Scholar Profile: Talamantes and the Power of Medicine

by | February 7, 2018
Like many of the Emerging Scholars, Dr. Efrain Talamantes has witnessed his intellectual ambiti [...] Read more

Thriving Dillard Program Teaches Quality Filmmaking

by | February 1, 2018
When Dr. Walter M. Kimbrough became president of Dillard University in 2012, Professor Keith Mo [...] Read more

Emerging Scholar Profile: Mercado-Lopez Embraces Motherhood Through Women’s Studies

by | January 31, 2018
Growing up in a small town in Texas, Dr. Larissa Mercado-López and her family had to drive to [...] Read more

Central Michigan University President Steps Down

by | January 25, 2018
After an eight-year tenure, Dr. George Ross will resign from the presidency at Central Michigan [...] Read more

Emerging Scholar Profile: Curry and the Relevance of Philosophy

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Having grown up in a working-class family in Lake Charles, La., Dr. Tommy Curry is no stranger [...] Read more

Higher Ed Mostly Evades Impact of Government Shutdown

by | January 22, 2018
The federal government voted to end the shutdown on Monday. Although higher education officials [...] Read more

Del Pilar Works to Give Underrepresented Students Voice in Higher Ed

by | January 21, 2018
As the vice president of higher education policy and practice at The Education Trust, Dr. Wil D [...] Read more

Tuskegee’s New African-American Studies Minor Crosses Disciplinary Lines

by | January 17, 2018
Tuskegee University will introduce an African-American studies minor this fall. [...] Read more

The High Cost of Opportunity: Paying for Academic Conferences

by | January 15, 2018
While academic conferences provide a dynamic space where scholars across careers and discipline [...] Read more

After DACA Decision and Negotiations, Experts are Cautiously Hopeful

by | January 10, 2018
A federal judge in California on Tuesday ruled against the Trump administration’s repeal of t [...] Read more

Howard University May Require Long Term Maintenance Following Bomb Cyclone

by | January 9, 2018
Howard University’s buildings were badly damaged last week when the steam flowing through the [...] Read more

FIRE Sues Essex County College

by | January 8, 2018
Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, or FIRE, a civil liberties group, has been advoc [...] Read more

A Cheerleader for Art Education

by | January 3, 2018
When Samuel — or Sammy — Hoi, president of Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), was aw [...] Read more

American University of Antigua Working to Assuage Scarcity of Black Doctors

by | December 21, 2017
The American University of Antigua and its administrators believe the Caribbean institution is [...] Read more
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