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 a staff writer. 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.


Dillard School of Nursing Reinstates Full Academic Offerings

by | February 28, 2018
Dillard University’s School of Nursing received initial approval from the Louisiana State Boa [...] Read more

Report: Women Need Additional Degree to Attain Equal Pay

by | February 27, 2018
Although women have surpassed men in educational attainment, they still earn 81 cents for every [...] Read more

Texas Students Welcome Campus Support Groups

by | February 22, 2018
With $25,000 in funding from a two-year college-completion grant, the Department of Residence L [...] Read more

Financially Independent Students: The “New Majority” in College

by | February 20, 2018
A new majority of college students are more independent than students in previous years, accord [...] Read more

A Pioneer in the Literary World of ‘Black Panther’

by | February 18, 2018
The official release of Marvel’s highly anticipated Black Panther film over the weekend was a [...] Read more

NAFEO Roundtable Addresses #MeToo Movement on HBCU Campuses

by | February 14, 2018
A Capitol Hill roundtable hosted by the National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Ed [...] Read more

Rethinking Advising for Community College Students

by | February 13, 2018
Citing advising as “the cornerstone of student support,” the Center for Community College S [...] Read more

Study Mines First-Year Views on Religious Expression and Interfaith Engagement

by | February 11, 2018
A study conducted by Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC) and research partners at North Carolina State [...] Read more

Maryland Offers $100 Million to Settle State’s HBCU Case

by | February 8, 2018
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has offered to spend up to $100 million to settle a 12-year-long laws [...] Read more

National College Access Network Launches FAFSA Completion Tracker

by | February 7, 2018
The National College Access Network (NCAN) has launched its #FormYourFuture FAFSA Tracker, givi [...] Read more

Emerging Scholar Profile: Washington Explores Effects of Incarceration Through Sociology Lens

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When Dr. Heather M. Washington began studying mass incarceration’s effects on families and ch [...] Read more

PBS Documentary Examines History of HBCUs: ‘Tell Them We Are Rising’

by | February 6, 2018
The vital role and relevance of historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) has been c [...] Read more

Scholars Fear Implications of Commercializing King’s Legacy

by | February 5, 2018
A Ram truck commercial shown during Sunday night’s Super Bowl ignited backlash for using one [...] Read more

Race, Power, Privilege in the Marketplace Are Focus of Interdisciplinary Network’s Research

by | February 4, 2018
A group of scholars has set out to change how marketing researchers understand how race, power [...] Read more

State of the Union Address Omitted Key Concerns in Education, Experts Note

by | January 31, 2018
President Donald J. Trump delivered his first State of the Union address since taking office, c [...] Read more