Higher Education News and Jobs

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Howard University Dual Enrollment Program Launches in D.C.

by Ronald Roach | April 23, 2015 Howard University has launched a partnership with Washington, D.C., public schools that will pr Read more

ED Data Verify Damage Done to HBCUs

by Autumn Arnett | The Department of Education recently acknowledged that the controversial 2011 changes to Parent [...] Read more

Simmons College Added to Official HBCU Registry

by Diverse Staff | April 21, 2015 Simmons College has officially received federal designation as a historically Black college, th [...] Read more

Minority Coaches Organize New Group

by Ronald Roach | A group of prominent college coaches have launched a new organization devoted to helping minori [...] Read more

Value of Postsecondary Degree Higher Among Blacks and Hispanics

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | April 19, 2015 A recent study by the Gallup-Lumina Foundation found that favorable views toward the value of a [...] Read more

Knoxville College Board Chairman Insists Closure Not Permanent

by Autumn A. Arnett | April 14, 2015 The Tennessee HBCU is suspending instruction for the fall 2015 semester and its board hopes it [...] Read more

Charles Homes In on Tiffin University’s Security Programs

by Jamal Eric Watson | Dr. Curtis B. Charles, who currently serves as the senior associate vice chancellor for institu [...] Read more

Rights Leaders Call for Vote on Lynch

by Jamal Eric Watson | April 12, 2015 A coalition of civil rights leaders are calling on the leadership of the U.S. Senate to immedia [...] Read more

AABHE Meets in Midst of Storm in Charleston

by Autumn A. Arnett | April 10, 2015 As Black educators gathered for their annual conference, the group was met with the news that a [...] Read more

Fayneese Miller Making History at Hamline University

by Jamal Eric Watson | April 9, 2015 Dr. Fayneese Miller will be the first African-American—and second female—president of the s [...] Read more

White Faculty Sue Alabama State University

by Diverse Staff | April 6, 2015 A few White professors have filed a lawsuit against Alabama State University alleging that the [...] Read more

Mayes Recognized With Dissertation Award

by Jamal Eric Watson | The American Educational Research Association will honor Dr. Renae D. Mayes, a rising star in t [...] Read more

White Faculty Deal With the Challenges of Teaching at HBCUs

by Catherine Morris | April 5, 2015 White faculty deal with issues concerning promotion, tenure and discrimination while teaching a [...] Read more

Inequalities in Education Continue to Fuel Wealth Gap in U.S.

by Autumn A. Arnett | A recent report titled “The Racial Wealth Gap” examined, in conjunction with other factors, [...] Read more

Fraternity Implements Strategies to Help Black Males Succeed

by Jamal Eric Watson | Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity—also known as the Boulé—is stepping up its efforts to help young A [...] Read more
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