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Albany State Gets NEH Grant for Museum, Heritage Studies Program

by Sammy G. Allen | April 8, 2018
The National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded Albany State University a grant to assist [...] Read more

STEM Conference Tackles Student Readiness for Evolving Workforce

by | April 5, 2018
WASHINGTON — The seventh annual U.S. News and World Report STEM Solutions Presents: Workforce [...] Read more

California Governor’s Community College Funding Proposal Creates Controversy

by Sammy G. Allen | April 4, 2018
California Gov. Jerry Brown’s bold new budget proposal that awards community college district [...] Read more

Scholars See Mixed Progress on Civil Rights 50 Years After King’s Death

by Reginald Stuart | April 3, 2018
Many people who were alive during the nation’s Civil Rights Movement felt that America stood [...] Read more

Journalism Program Explores Black Students’ Experiences

by | April 2, 2018
The Nation recently launched a student journalism program that provides training and mentoring [...] Read more

Researchers Double Effort to Enroll Women in Breast-Disease Study

by Katti Gray | April 1, 2018
Leaders of a landmark study aimed at heightening the focus on family medical history and geneti [...] Read more

UN-Inspired Campus Project Challenges Bias, Promotes Social Justice

by Tory N. Parrish | March 29, 2018
Appalachian State University students are participating in a campus-wide Global Peacebuilding P [...] Read more

USC Application Surge Lowers Acceptance To 13 Percent

by Sammy G. Allen | March 28, 2018
An unprecedented surge in applications has made 2018 a historic year for University of Southern [...] Read more

Study Reports Wide Gender Disparity Among MSI Presidents

by Lois Elfman | March 27, 2018
A new report from the Penn Center for Minority Serving Institutions explores the dearth of wome [...] Read more

American University Deals With Six Women’s Charges of Discrimination

by | March 26, 2018
Last summer, professor Carolyn Brown accused American University provost Dr. Scott A. Bass of r [...] Read more

Black Male Students Find Common Bond

by | March 25, 2018
The plight of Black males continues to take center stage at institutions such as The Ohio State [...] Read more

Gathering Addresses Sexual Misconduct, Title IX Solutions

by | March 22, 2018
Higher education leaders and the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights recent [...] Read more

Waiting List: California Leads In Educating the Incarcerated

by Sammy G. Allen | March 21, 2018
California leads the nation in offering college opportunities to incarcerated and formerly inca [...] Read more

Retiring Whittier President Garnered Support for Students

by | March 20, 2018
Whittier College President Dr. Sharon D. Herzberger can be found cheering for various Whittier [...] Read more

Renowned Social Justice Expert Is Optimistic About the Possibilities

by | March 19, 2018
Maya Wiley came to understand social injustice at a young age, partly by listening directly to [...] Read more