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Dr. Marybeth Gasman
University of Pennsylvania professor Marybeth Gasman explores issues of access and retention for students and faculty of color and Historically Black Colleges and Universities, among other things.

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Celebrating Civil Rights, Civil Liberties and Greatness at Fisk University

by | March 5, 2014

My journey began in 2006 researching Charles Spurgeon Johnson, one of the first African-America [...]

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Time for Minority-Serving Institutions to Think Globally

by | March 3, 2013

A commitment to improving the future of marginalized racial, ethnic, and religious groups need [...]

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HBCU Presidents Stood Up for Civil Rights

by | January 13, 2013

This past December, the Southern Education Foundation (SEF) released two new videos in their se [...]

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Morgan State Promotes Financial Literacy

by | January 2, 2013

All too often, students rack up a great amount of debt while in college and this practice sets [...]

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Wilberforce Needs to Consider Student Voices

by | November 19, 2012

Wilberforce University is an American treasure. Founded in 1856, when African-Americans virtual [...]

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Korean Educational Achievement Comes With Baggage

by | November 7, 2012

The Koreans’ strides in academic achievement are enviable, but the world’s highest suicide [...]

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We Could Learn From South Africa’s Success Model

by | October 26, 2012

There are 50 million people in the country of South Africa. Of these 50 million, 79% are Black [...]

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Educator Letting World Know About Contributions of HBCUs

by | October 9, 2012

All too often only the most elite institutions garner attention outside the United States. It i [...]

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Empowering First-Generation College Students: The Role of Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs)

by | September 18, 2012

A Walmart-funded report led by the Institute of Higher Education Policy involved 30 minority-se [...]

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