Latino Issues - Higher Education
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For Medina, Being Administrator Makes a Difference

For Medina, Being Administrator Makes a Difference

by Gia Savage | October 16, 2017 Dr. Carlos Medina, vice chancellor and chief diversity officer for the State University of New Read more
Muñoz Pours His Heart Into Service

Muñoz Pours His Heart Into Service

by Joseph Hong | October 12, 2017
Conversations about Dr. Mike Muñoz and his work at Rio Hondo College always seem to come back [...] Read more
University of Washington Feels Like ‘Home’ for President Cauce

University of Washington Feels Like ‘Home’ for President Cauce

by Joseph Hong |
During her time as president of the University of Washington, Dr. Ana Mari Cauce has been vocal [...] Read more

Zamudio Clearing Path for More Bilingual Educators

by Gia Savage | October 11, 2017
Dr. Maria Luisa Zamudio’s career in higher education began in 2001, when she was a student at [...] Read more

Ortiz Works to Make Underrepresented Feel They Belong

by Joseph Hong | October 9, 2017
Dr. Elizabeth Ortiz of DePaul University says “imposter syndrome” permeates all levels of t [...] Read more
University of New Mexico’s Chicano Studies Eyes Grad Degrees

University of New Mexico’s Chicano Studies Eyes Grad Degrees

by Associated Press |
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The University of New Mexico’s Chicana and Chicano Studies Department h [...] Read more

Accelerating Latino Success in Postsecondary Education is Focus for Excelencia

by Catherine Morris | October 8, 2017
Excelencia convened higher education and nonprofit leaders in Washington, D.C. late last week t [...] Read more

For Espinoza, Collaboration a Major Component of Leadership

by Gia Savage | October 5, 2017
In his 10 years of administration at Virginia Tech, Juan Espinoza has focused on numerous diver [...] Read more
Call to Action Sent Sánchez Down Path to Presidency

Call to Action Sent Sánchez Down Path to Presidency

by Gia Savage | October 4, 2017
A protest as an undergraduate student prompted Frank Sánchez to look into master’s and Ph.D. [...] Read more
Carmen Suarez: Diversity and Inclusion Work Evolving

Carmen Suarez: Diversity and Inclusion Work Evolving

by Catherine Morris | October 3, 2017
Dr. Carmen Suarez, vice president for global diversity and inclusion at Portland State Universi [...] Read more
Serrata’s Rise to Presidency a Positive Change in Plans

Serrata’s Rise to Presidency a Positive Change in Plans

by Catherine Morris | October 2, 2017
He would have been content pursuing his vocation as a student affairs and enrollment manager in [...] Read more
Fresno State President Takes Pride in Identifying With Students

Fresno State President Takes Pride in Identifying With Students

by Catherine Morris | September 28, 2017
Like many of the students he currently serves at Fresno State, President Joseph I. Castro was t [...] Read more
Accessibility Is Hallmark of Vargas Presidency

Accessibility Is Hallmark of Vargas Presidency

by Joseph Hong | September 21, 2017
Dr. Carlos Vargas-Aburto, president of Southeast Missouri State University and a new citizen, b [...] Read more
A First at Fisk: Tanya Torres Steps Into Groundbreaking Role

A First at Fisk: Tanya Torres Steps Into Groundbreaking Role

by Reginald Stuart | September 20, 2017
As the 2017-18 school year starts, Tanya Torres debuts as president of Fisk’s Student Governm [...] Read more
Organizations Call for DeVos to Halt Student Loan Policy Changes

Organizations Call for DeVos to Halt Student Loan Policy Changes

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | September 19, 2017
The regulatory changes being pursued by U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos in the student [...] Read more
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