Higher Education News and Jobs
Martin Learned to be Game-Changer Off the Field

Martin Learned to be Game-Changer Off the Field

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | April 6, 2017
Although he was the first Black football player at North Carolina State University, Dr. Marcus [...] Read more
HBCU Scholars Get a Boost

HBCU Scholars Get a Boost

by Catherine Morris | April 5, 2017
While ETS is more widely known for providing exams, its philanthropic arm is working quietly to [...] Read more
Federal Judge Dismisses UNC as Defendant in Athlete Lawsuit

Federal Judge Dismisses UNC as Defendant in Athlete Lawsuit

by Associated Press | March 30, 2017
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — A federal judge has granted the University of North Carolina at Chapel [...] Read more
Audit: Chicago State University Improperly Reported Awards

Audit: Chicago State University Improperly Reported Awards

by Associated Press |
CHICAGO — An audit of Chicago State University by Illinois’ auditor general has found that [...] Read more
Diverse Conversations: What Minority High School Students Need to Know About College

Diverse Conversations: What Minority High School Students Need to Know About College

by Matthew Lynch | March 29, 2017
What minority students are taught in high school about the college experience has a major impac [...] Read more
Activist, Journalist Roger Wilkins Dies

Activist, Journalist Roger Wilkins Dies

by Diverse Staff | March 27, 2017
Civil rights activist and noted journalist Roger Wilkins, who led the Community Relations Servi [...] Read more
Morehouse No-confidence Vote Aimed at Checking the Board

Morehouse No-confidence Vote Aimed at Checking the Board

by Catherine Morris |
Morehouse faculty says that their recent vote of no confidence in the college’s board chair r [...] Read more
Fisk University Names Kevin Rome President

Fisk University Names Kevin Rome President

by Diverse Staff | March 23, 2017
Fisk University named Kevin Rome as its 16th president, filling the historically Black institut [...] Read more
Jordan Putting St. Mary’s College on the Map

Jordan Putting St. Mary’s College on the Map

by Jamal Eric Watson | March 22, 2017
Dr. Tuajuanda C. Jordan is helping to bring new visibility to a small liberal arts college that [...] Read more
Paul Quinn Becomes 1st HBCU to Gain Work College Designation

Paul Quinn Becomes 1st HBCU to Gain Work College Designation

by Catherine Morris | March 20, 2017
Two years after embracing the work college model, Paul Quinn College officially will join the r [...] Read more
Federal Judge Rejects Bias Suit Against Portland State

Federal Judge Rejects Bias Suit Against Portland State

by Eric Freedman | March 15, 2017
A federal judge in Oregon has rejected a race and national origin discrimination suit by a stud [...] Read more
Amid Controversy, Kentucky State Names Brown President

Amid Controversy, Kentucky State Names Brown President

by Reginald Stuart | March 14, 2017
A divided Board of Regents at Kentucky State University selected a new chief executive to lead [...] Read more
Franklin Award Winner John Lewis Says Time is Now for ‘Good Trouble’

Franklin Award Winner John Lewis Says Time is Now for ‘Good Trouble’

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | March 13, 2017
Speaking at a reception where he received the John Hope Franklin Award from Diverse, U.S. Rep. [...] Read more
Venerable Basketball Coach, Mentor Ben Jobe Dies

Venerable Basketball Coach, Mentor Ben Jobe Dies

by Reginald Stuart | March 12, 2017
Ben Jobe, the college basketball coach who won more than 500 games in more than five decades of [...] Read more
Struggling Cheyney University Gets $8M Infusion

Struggling Cheyney University Gets $8M Infusion

by Reginald Stuart | March 9, 2017
In a major move to help reverse the demise of historic Cheyney University of Pennsylvania, the [...] Read more