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Momentum Continues to Build for Posse Foundation’s STEM Program

Dr. Debbie Bial said her foundation would double the number of partner institutions and provide $70 million in scholarships over the next five years.

In the wake of the court upholding the legality of Michigan’s voter-approved ban of affirmative action, stakes are higher for Fisher v. University of Texas.

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Billi Godsey, Iona College’s head women’s basketball coach, is one of a relatively small but emerging group of young women of color becoming head coaches.

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At the fourth annual AAPI Policy Research Summit, scholars presented data to dispel myths about the views of Asian American and Pacific Islander communities regarding critical policy issues.

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African-Americans and Hispanics are more likely to say the local K-12 education are adequately preparing their children for college than are Whites and Asian Americans, a new national survey shows.

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A $13.6 million request to state lawmakers and the governor would provide immediate cash flow to enable the school to pay its outstanding bills and continue to deliver essential services.

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Asian Americans and Pacific Islander organizations are searching for ways to combat the difficulties and disparities faced by some of the AAPI ethnic subgroups such as Hmong Americans.

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Universities don’t have to solve the social and practical problems of the day, but should rather focus on equipping students with the critical and analytical thinking skills that will enable them to do these things themselves.

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The 25th anniversary year of the Honda Campus All-Star Challenge culminates this week with the national championship tournament at which Morgan State University seeks a third consecutive national title.

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During a panel at the second annual Princeton-Fung Global Forum in Paris, scholars from three nations, including the U.S., explored how to use policy to encourage greater social parity in higher ed.

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