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NADOHE Institute Addresses Professional Diversity Officer Standards

by | June 14, 2018 ATLANTA — Those attending the National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education Read more

Bi-Partisan Congressional Internship Program Offers HBCU Students Experience on the Hill

by Walter Hudson | June 13, 2018
The third class of HBCU Bi-Partisan Congressional Internship program interns traveled to Washin [...] Read more

Napolitano Discusses First-Gen Students and College Affordability at Convening

by | June 12, 2018
DENVER - Colleges and universities across the nation should implement a wide range of wrap-arou [...] Read more

Expert Helps Educators Adjust Implicit Biases

by | June 11, 2018
Bentley Gibson had magical powers as a princess from another planet. At least, that’s how the [...] Read more

Convening Puts Focus on First-Generation Students

by | June 10, 2018
Providing access and opportunities to first-generation college students is the focus of a three [...] Read more

Renowned Historian Ira Berlin Dies at 77

by Reginald Stuart | June 7, 2018
History teachers and mentees at higher education institutions across the nation expressed regre [...] Read more

The Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund Selects New Leader

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After an extensive nationwide search, Dr. Noël Suzanne Harmon, has been selected as the new pr [...] Read more

Campus Child Care Critical in Raising Single Mothers’ Graduation Rates

by Pearl Stewart | June 6, 2018
Access to campus child care is a key factor in determining if single mothers in college will gr [...] Read more

Study: College Financial Aid Award Letters Lack Clarity, Transparency

by | June 5, 2018
Financial aid award letters from colleges often are so unclear or misleading that students and [...] Read more

HSI Increases Reflect Growing Student Enrollment, Matriculation

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New data analysis about Hispanic Serving Institutions from Excelencia in Education and the Hisp [...] Read more

Temple University Takes Comprehensive Approach to Serving Military-Connected Students

by Lois Elfman | June 4, 2018
Temple University’s Military and Veteran Services Center was developed to not only be a safe [...] Read more

Health Insurance Remains an Issue for Students and Recent Grads

by | June 2, 2018
A nationwide poll revealed that more than 70 percent of college students and recent graduates r [...] Read more

Report Examines Impact of Last-Dollar Financial Aid

by Lois Elfman | May 31, 2018
A new study looks at how the Bridging the Gap program at Rutgers University-Camden improved aff [...] Read more

University of Memphis to Waive Tuition for Fallen Soldiers’ Families

by Sammy G. Allen | May 30, 2018
Starting this fall, students whose parents or spouses were killed or disabled in military servi [...] Read more

Harvard Scholar Under Investigation Amid Allegations of Sexual Misconduct

by Walter Hudson | May 29, 2018
Dr. Roland Fryer, Jr., who became the youngest African-American to win tenure as an economics p [...] Read more
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