Tiffany Pennamon - Higher Education
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Tiffany Pennamon
Tiffany Pennamon is a graduate of Spelman College and Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism. A native of Atlanta, she is the assistant editor, writing stories and editing for the magazine and web operations. Tiffany has reporting and editing experience, having worked at the Atlanta Tribune, and Rolling Out. During her undergraduate years at Spelman, she was an editor with The Maroon Tiger newspaper.


HBCU, Tech, Political Leaders At ‘Day of Action’

by | March 20, 2018
WASHINGTON — The Bipartisan Historically Black Colleges and Universities Caucus and the Scien [...] Read more

Retiring Whittier President Garnered Support for Students

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Whittier College President Dr. Sharon D. Herzberger can be found cheering for various Whittier [...] Read more

Conference Identifies Innovative Practices for Community Colleges

by | March 19, 2018
Education practitioners gathered at the 2018 League for Innovation in the Community College Con [...] Read more

Regional HBCUs Move to Recruit Students at Closing Concordia

by | March 15, 2018
When word spread that Concordia College – a small historically Black college in Selma, Alabam [...] Read more

San Diego Community College District Models Support for Men of Color

by | March 14, 2018
San Diego Community College District (SDCCD) has strategically increased its support of Hispani [...] Read more

Columbia Law Students Ready for Public Service Fellowships

by | March 13, 2018
Two Columbia Law School students focusing on distinct tracts of public service will soon embark [...] Read more

Technology, Ties to Slavery Among ACE Meeting Topics

by | March 12, 2018
WASHINGTON — Higher education leaders and stakeholders gathered for the 100th annual meeting [...] Read more

Diverse Honors 2018 Dr. John Hope Franklin Awardees

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WASHINGTON — Diverse hosted its 14th annual presentation of the Dr. John Hope Franklin Award [...] Read more

DePaul Law Professor Sues University

by | March 11, 2018
Another DePaul University professor is in the news after filing a civil rights lawsuit against [...] Read more

NADOHE Meeting Focuses on Best Practices for Diversity, Inclusion

by | March 8, 2018
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Diversity practitioners from schools across the country have gathered this [...] Read more

Hampton’s Harvey a Longtime Leader in Higher Education

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Over the span of 40 years, Dr. William R. Harvey has led Hampton University to new heights of e [...] Read more

New Hollins Leader Champions Women and Diversity

by | March 5, 2018
From the beginning, Dr. Pareena G. Lawrence set out to empower women and defy limitations set f [...] Read more

New App Aids Nontraditional and Transfer Students

by | March 4, 2018
Leveraging the power of innovative technology, The Common Application has created a new transfe [...] Read more

Foundation Offers Recent Graduates $5,000 to Move to Ohio City

by | March 1, 2018
Earlier this week, the city council of Hamilton, Ohio unanimously endorsed a plan that will off [...] Read more

Urban League’s Morial: Educational Equity Essential to Economic Empowerment

by | February 28, 2018
Marc H. Morial, former mayor of New Orleans and current president and CEO of the National Urban [...] Read more