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Haywood Strickland Leaving Wiley College in Good Hands

by Walter Hudson | July 6, 2018
Shortly after Dr. Haywood L. Strickland announced his retirement from Wiley College — after 1 [...] Read more

Always Learning: Sharon Diaz Focuses on Healthcare Disparities

by Lois Elfman | July 5, 2018
As the president of a university focused on the health sciences, Dr. Sharon Diaz of Samuel Merr [...] Read more

Surviving and Thriving: Teresa Sullivan’s UVA Legacy

by | July 3, 2018
During her eight-year tenure leading the University of Virginia, Dr. Teresa A. Sullivan faced a [...] Read more

Stephen R. Morgan: A Versatile and Nontraditional Leader

by Sammy G. Allen | July 2, 2018
When Stephen R. Morgan steps down as president of Westminster College this summer, he will leav [...] Read more

Gordon F. May: The Educator Who Will Never Fully Retire

by | June 29, 2018
Dr. Gordon F. May had not initially thought of entering higher education until his wife propose [...] Read more

New Book Examines How Scholar-Practitioner Advanced Equity in Student Affairs

by | June 28, 2018
When some of the nation’s top scholars decided to pen a book examining the life of Dr. Melvin [...] Read more

Higher Ed Mulls Supreme Court Ruling Against Mandatory Union Fee

by | June 27, 2018
The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling Wednesday against a mandatory labor union fee for nonmember p [...] Read more

Effort to Establish National Museum of the American Latino Gains Traction

by | June 26, 2018
An effort to establish an American Latino Smithsonian Museum on the National Mall in Washington [...] Read more

Burnim Comes Out of Retirement to Lead UMES on Interim Basis

by Reginald Stuart | June 25, 2018
Higher education officials in Maryland have called seasoned college administrator Dr. Mickey Bu [...] Read more

Data Informs Decisions in Community College’s Promise Program Expansion

by | June 23, 2018
On the heels of a new progress report on its Promise Program, the San Diego Community College D [...] Read more

Merging Education, Labor Departments Likely to Impact Higher Ed

by | June 21, 2018
The White House announced plans Thursday to combine the federal education and labor departments [...] Read more

American University President Affirms Contentious Tenure Denial

by | June 20, 2018
American University has upheld its decision to deny tenure to former professor Carolyn Brown, a [...] Read more

Scholars, Health Care Professionals Call for End to Family Separations at Border

by Tiffany Pennamon and Dominique Burns | June 19, 2018
As images emerge of child immigrants being separated from their families at the border, scholar [...] Read more

Education Leaders: Work Needed to Improve Degree Attainment Outcomes

by | June 18, 2018
Identifying and replicating practices and policies that lead to improved rates of attaining col [...] Read more

Chief Diversity Officers Cite Take-Aways from Institute

by | June 15, 2018
ATLANTA — The National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education’s Standards of [...] Read more