Featured - Higher Education

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

Education of Student-Athletes a Hot Topic at Panel Discussion

by Gregory Clay | March 18, 2018
For all the heightened chatter this year about whether college student-athletes should be paid, [...] Read more

Regional HBCUs Move to Recruit Students at Closing Concordia

by | March 15, 2018
When word spread that Concordia College – a small historically Black college in Selma, Alabam [...] Read more

San Diego Community College District Models Support for Men of Color

by | March 14, 2018
San Diego Community College District (SDCCD) has strategically increased its support of Hispani [...] Read more

ACPA Meeting Affected By Failed Texas ‘Bathroom Bill’

by Sammy G. Allen | March 13, 2018
HOUSTON -- ACPA is formally protesting bathroom-access legislation introduced in the state last [...] Read more

Technology, Ties to Slavery Among ACE Meeting Topics

by | March 12, 2018
WASHINGTON — Higher education leaders and stakeholders gathered for the 100th annual meeting [...] Read more

Black Male Student-Athletes Still Face Harsh Inequities

by Lois Elfman | March 11, 2018
A report from the University of Southern California Race and Equity Center spotlights the perva [...] Read more

NADOHE Meeting Focuses on Best Practices for Diversity, Inclusion

by | March 8, 2018
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Diversity practitioners from schools across the country have gathered this [...] Read more

Hampton Administrators Address Causes of Student Unrest

by Pearl Stewart | March 7, 2018
In the weeks leading up to spring break at Hampton University, tensions on the Virginia seaside [...] Read more

Selecting Commencement Speakers: A Political Minefield

by Pearl Stewart | March 6, 2018
In this hyper-polarized environment, students in the class of 2018 may find themselves without [...] Read more

Foundation Offers Recent Graduates $5,000 to Move to Ohio City

by | March 1, 2018
Earlier this week, the city council of Hamilton, Ohio unanimously endorsed a plan that will off [...] Read more

Mixed Grades on Race, Gender Report Card for College Sports

by Gregory Clay | February 28, 2018
The percentage of Black head coaches in Division I college basketball has declined the past 10 [...] Read more

The Changing Landscape for Aspiring Black Journalists

by Reginald Stuart | February 27, 2018
When the nation’s news organizations were flush with money at the turn of the century, newsro [...] Read more

Report: Women Need Additional Degree to Attain Equal Pay

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Although women have surpassed men in educational attainment, they still earn 81 cents for every [...] Read more