Diversity - Higher Education
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Consortium Aims to Enhance Teachers’ Career-Advising Skills

by Lois Elfman | April 9, 2018 The new Consortium for Instructional Excellence and Career Guidance has been formed to provide Read more

Amherst College to Use Mellon Grant to Develop Diverse Faculty

by Lois Elfman | February 19, 2018
As recipient of a prestigious $500,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Amherst Coll [...] Read more

Aligning Faith With Diversity

by | January 9, 2018
Messiah College, a small, liberal arts Christian school in Pennsylvania, has made diversity a p [...] Read more

Lumina Foundation to Award $2.5 Million in Grants for “Addressing Hate”

by | December 5, 2017
Violence and racial chaos in Charlottesville earlier this year sparked a call to action for one [...] Read more

Stan State Dedicates Diversity Center

by | November 30, 2017
California State University Stanislaus, known as Stan State, recently dedicated a new Diversity [...] Read more

Professor Apologizes for Fiery Response to Muslim Student

by Dan Sewell, Associated Press | November 2, 2017
CINCINNATI — A University of Cincinnati music teacher has apologized for his fiery online res [...] Read more

Colleges Wrestle with Issue of Using Students’ Fees for Controversial Speakers

by Jon Marcus |
Should college students’ money be paying for controversial speakers and programs? Debate come [...] Read more

Pennsylvania Education Leader Going Extra Mile for Diversity

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Under Dr. John Sygielski’s leadership, HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College has m [...] Read more

University of Wisconsin Survey: Fewer Underrepresented Students Feel Welcome

by Todd Richmond, Associated Press |
MADISON, Wis — Minority, disabled and gay students say they’re having a tougher time surviv [...] Read more

Black Students Voice Concerns After Kansas State Racist Incidents

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MANHATTAN, Kan. — Black students at Kansas State University voiced concerns about recent raci [...] Read more

‘London Professor’ in Interference Case Made Many Russia Trips

by Gregory Katz and Nataliya Vasileva, Associated Press |
MOSCOW — The little-known professor suspected of being a link between Russia and the Donald T [...] Read more

Students from Puerto Rico Can Get Free Semester at Cornell

by Associated Press | October 31, 2017
ITHACA, N.Y. — Cornell University is offering a free semester of study for up to 58 students [...] Read more

Professor Investigated for Sharp Responses to Muslim Student

by Associated Press |
CINCINNATI — The University of Cincinnati is reviewing a music professor’s sharp responses [...] Read more

New Higher Ed Advocacy Group Makes Nontraditional Students Its Priority

by | October 30, 2017
A new higher education advocacy group made its public debut Monday with a new federal policy fr [...] Read more

Trahant Moving Forward With Standing Rock Lecture Series

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Native American journalist and professor Mark N. Trahant will organize a previously denied jour [...] Read more
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