News from this Week - Higher Education
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Black Former Professor Files Pay Bias Complaint Against Campbell University

by Walter Hudson | July 17, 2017

A Black former law professor whose discrimination battle against Campbell University boiled ove [...]

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Diversity Pacesetter Maryam Mirzakhani Dies

by Emil Guillermo |

Stanford professor Maryam Mirzakhani, first and only female winner of prestigious Fields Medal [...]

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After Four Decades on the Job, HBCU President has Passed the Mantle

by Jamal Eric Watson | July 16, 2017

Dr. Luns C. Richardson has the distinct privilege of being one of the nation’s longest-servin [...]

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Women of Color Remain Invisible in Leading College Athletics

by A.K. Brunini |

Women of color continue to be an invisible minority when it comes to college sports. A recent s [...]

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Experts: Accreditation Process Can Be ‘Catalyst for Innovation’

by Catherine Morris | July 10, 2017

Innovation and accreditation do not have to be at odds, Dr. Barbara Gellman-Danley, president o [...]

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Southern New Hampshire U. Showing Refugees A New Path

by Tiffany Pennamon |

Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) is paving the way as one of the first American institu [...]

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U. of Michigan Implementing Free Tuition Program for Some In-state Students

by Monica Levitan | July 9, 2017

The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor campus has implemented a free tuition program, called “ [...]

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Guillermo: U. of California Achieves Diversity Despite Prop. 209

by Emil Guillermo |

In 1996, Californians passed a law written and supported by right-wing zealots trying to stop d [...]

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Heartbroken Jazz Aficionados Agree: Geri Allen Brought ‘Spirit to the Music’

by Tiffany Pennamon | June 28, 2017

Geri Allen, the beloved jazz musician and director of jazz studies at the University of Pittsbu [...]

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