Current News 2 - Higher Education

Community College of Philadelphia Creates “Path of Possibilities” for its Students

by | December 17, 2017
After completing an associate’s degree from CCP in 2015 and a bachelor’s degree from Temple [...] Read more

Clark Atlanta University Receives Funding to Increase Diversity in Art Museum Leadership

by | December 14, 2017
The Clark Atlanta University Art Museum is one of 20 U.S. art museums that will receive funding [...] Read more

Graduate Students Hopeful After Reported Elimination Of Tuition Waiver Tax

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Graduate students across the country breathed a cautious sigh of relief as various reports indi [...] Read more

Saint Anselm College Eliminates Application Fee for First-Generation Students

by | December 12, 2017
A New Hampshire college seeks to increase diversity by immediately eliminating the enrollment a [...] Read more

Seasoned Administrator to Take Helm at Wilberforce University

by | December 11, 2017
Dr. Elfred Anthony Pinkard—a seasoned college administrator who has spent most of his career [...] Read more

Critical Reading & the American Education System

by Michael Jauchen | December 7, 2017
The entirety of Geoffrey Galt Harpham’s slim but wide-ranging historical look at the rise of [...] Read more

SACSCOC Places Johnson C. Smith University on Probation

by Reginald Stuart | December 6, 2017
Johnson C. Smith University, the small private 150-year-old liberal arts institution in Charlot [...] Read more

Study: Sexual Misconduct, Drug Misuse and Mental Health Are Major Issues at Community Colleges

by | December 5, 2017
While issues of sexual misconduct, drug misuse and mental health are much discussed in the high [...] Read more

Minority-Serving Institutions Anxious Over Tax Bill

by | December 3, 2017
Income tax on graduate student waivers, fewer deductions on student loans and the taxation of e [...] Read more

Eastern Michigan Faculty and Administration Clash Over Online Curriculum

by | November 30, 2017
Tensions persist at Eastern Michigan University, where faculty are arguing that the university [...] Read more

Indigenous Studies Scholar Focuses on Social Justice

by Walter Hudson | November 29, 2017
A recognized scholar of Indigenous Studies, Dr. Kim TallBear is an associate professor of Nati [...] Read more

Scholar Studies the Complexity of Black Identity

by Gia Savage | November 28, 2017
Dr. Robert Patterson’s passion for education began early. As a young child, he carried a clip [...] Read more

DOJ Affirmative Action Investigation Unprecedented, Experts Say

by | November 26, 2017
News that the Department of Justice has threatened to sue Harvard University if it fails to tur [...] Read more

Harvard Symposium Examines Charles Hamilton Houston’s Enduring Legacy

by | November 19, 2017
Two universities recently convened a symposium to honor the work and influence of the late civi [...] Read more

New Questions in NSSE Survey Spark Important Conversations

by Lois Elfman | November 16, 2017
A topical module around inclusiveness and engagement with cultural diversity debuted in this ye [...] Read more