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Diverse Conversations: How Can HBCUs Raise More Alumni Dollars?

by Matthew Lynch | July 5, 2015 Finding ways to keep these institutions relevant is more important than ever. Read more

On His Way Out, Francis Says HBCUs Here to Stay

by Autumn A. Arnett | July 1, 2015
As he ends his 47-year stint as president of Xavier University, Dr. Norman Francis doesn’t su [...] Read more

Getting Race and Poverty Right in Education

by H. Richard Milner IV |
Several months ago, I was invited to conduct a professional development session in a school wit [...] Read more

S.C. State Granted Extension of Loan Repayment

by Diverse Staff | June 18, 2015
The state’s Budget and Control Board has agreed to grant its request to extend repayment of a [...] Read more

HBCUs to Seek Delay on NCAA Requirement

by Ronald Roach |
Fourteen of 21 Division I athletic teams facing postseason competition bans this coming school [...] Read more

The Mosbys’ Road to Baltimore Wound Through Tuskegee

by Jamal Eric Watson | June 11, 2015
Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby and husband, Nick, a city councilman, recall th [...] Read more

South Carolina State’s Probation Extended

by Reginald Stuart |
Commission cited fewer shortcomings than it did a year ago when it first placed the institution [...] Read more

UVA’s Black Alumni Hold Out for Hope for Justice

by Jamal Eric Watson | June 10, 2015
As Martese Johnson faces criminal charges of public intoxication and obstruction of justice, a [...] Read more

Baltimore Stands in Stark Contrast to Charleston

by Autumn A. Arnett |
The cases, which seem so similar at first glance, are vastly different in almost every imaginab [...] Read more

Higher Ed Embracing Global Learning Surge

by Lois Elfman | June 9, 2015
The demand for students to be prepared in today’s interconnected world has brought about a su [...] Read more

Media Fuels Negative Perception of Black Athletes

by Autumn A. Arnett | June 4, 2015
Latest report documenting biased coverage once again leads experts to cite media staffs’ dear [...] Read more

NCCU Jazz Studies Program Declared Safe

by Ronald Roach | June 2, 2015
News organizations misinterpreted a move by the UNC Board of Governors allowing realignment of [...] Read more

Faculty Outraged Over Wisconsin’s Proposed Tenure Changes

by Autumn A. Arnett | June 1, 2015
Critics see the elimination of tenure protections and other proposals as a serious threat to st [...] Read more

N.C. Central University Facing 3 Discrimination Suits

by Diverse Staff | May 27, 2015
NCCU denied the validity of claims in three lawsuits filed against it that accuse Chancellor De [...] Read more

Jackson State Launches State’s First School of Public Health

by Ronald Roach | May 18, 2015
Jackson State University is moving forward with long-held plans to establish Mississippi’s fi [...] Read more
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