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Don Nakanishi, Pioneer in Asian American Studies, Dies

by Lydia Lum | April 26, 2016 Without Nakanishi, whose watershed lawsuit in the 1980s to gain tenure was closely watched by c Read more

APAHE Focuses on Pacific Islander Higher Ed Experience

by Lydia Lum | April 11, 2016
This year, for example, the conference offerings included multiple panel discussions spotlighti [...] Read more

Last-minute Deal Averts Cal State Faculty Strike

by Emil Guillermo | April 10, 2016
A view from one Asian American faculty member. [...] Read more

Colleges, Universities Traveling Different Paths to Diversity

by Reginald Stuart | April 6, 2016
Colleges and universities are taking different measures to make their campuses not only diverse [...] Read more

Duke Students Persist in Demands for Asian American Studies Major

by Pearl Stewart | April 4, 2016
For several months, determined groups of Duke University students have called for the establish [...] Read more
More Students Seeing the World Without Getting Credits

More Students Seeing the World Without Getting Credits

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | March 30, 2016
A survey found that roughly half of the 227 institutions responding reported an increase in the [...] Read more

Asian Women Scholars Find Unity Through Feminist Course

by Lois Elfman | March 22, 2016
North American Asian feminists increase their influence through courses that explore their uniq [...] Read more

Goshen College Pitching in to Tackle Disparities in Mental Health Access

by Catherine Morris | February 17, 2016
Goshen College will partner with a team of researchers from Harvard Medical School and Massachu [...] Read more
Demarcus Cousins Cries Foul and We All Lose

Demarcus Cousins Cries Foul and We All Lose

by | February 7, 2016
Monday, February 8, is the start of the Lunar New Year and, for Asian Americans of Chinese desc [...] Read more

UCLA, Medical Community Lose a Giant

by Lydia Lum | January 28, 2016
Dr. Paul Terasaki, who died Monday, developed a tissue-typing test in 1964 that became the inte [...] Read more
Diverse Docket: Southern University System Successful in Defense Against Retaliation, Age Bias Suit

Diverse Docket: Southern University System Successful in Defense Against Retaliation, Age Bias Suit

by Eric Freedman |
The Southern University System’s former special assistant and counsel to the president has lo [...] Read more

Hmong Males Must Embrace Education to be Agents of Change

by Chao Danny Vang | January 27, 2016
It is my moral responsibility to use my knowledge and access to information to help address edu [...] Read more
SAT Tests Canceled in China, Macau Over Cheating Concerns

SAT Tests Canceled in China, Macau Over Cheating Concerns

by Joe Mandak, Associated Press | January 21, 2016
PITTSBURGH ― The firm that oversees registrations for the SAT has canceled college entrance e [...] Read more

Wishful Thinking Won’t Erase Need for Race-Conscious Admission Policies

by Joyce E. Smith | January 5, 2016
The U.S. Supreme Court wants to know: when will the nation’s colleges and universities no lon [...] Read more
More Chinese Students Seeking U.S. Community College Degrees

More Chinese Students Seeking U.S. Community College Degrees

by Associated Press | December 29, 2015
LOS ANGELES ― Wealthy Chinese undergraduates aren’t the only ones looking to get a coll [...] Read more
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