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The Problem Behind GMU Law School Name Change

The Problem Behind GMU Law School Name Change

by Jacquelyn Branscomb | July 24, 2016 Jacquelyn Branscomb, a law student at George Mason University, shares her experiences surroundi Read more
Diversity Candidate? Trump’s No Voice for Diversity

Diversity Candidate? Trump’s No Voice for Diversity

by Emil Guillermo |
Donald Trump’s speeches provide a clear message on his stance on diversity issues. [...] Read more
Management Leadership Program Aims to Boost Workforce Diversity

Management Leadership Program Aims to Boost Workforce Diversity

by Lydia Lum |
Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT) provides minority students with one-on-one leadership [...] Read more

GMU Law School Renaming a Possible Roadblock to Diversity

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim |
George Mason University moves forward with plans to foster diversity despite the controversy su [...] Read more

Muhlenberg College Takes Strategic Step Toward Inclusiveness

by Catherine Morris | July 11, 2016
Muhlenberg College hires 10 diverse tenure-track faculty in an effort to become more inclusive. [...] Read more

Ono Tapped as New President of University of British Columbia

by Jamal Eric Watson | June 28, 2016
Dr. Santa J. Ono, one of a handful of Asian-American college presidents in the nation, is leavi [...] Read more

Race Still a Crucial Factor in College Admissions Process

by Catherine Morris | June 26, 2016
A new college guidebook examines the college admissions process from the Asian American perspec [...] Read more

Dartmouth Taking Comprehensive Approach to Achieving Inclusion

by Catherine Morris | June 7, 2016
The Ivy League college in New Hampshire is making efforts to increase diversity and inclusion o [...] Read more

NCORE Director Kathleen Wong(Lau): Path to Inclusion Must Be Carefully Mapped Out

by Lydia Lum | June 2, 2016
Dr. Kathleen Wong(Lau), who has launched faculty training institutes and administrator training [...] Read more

End Racial Profiling of Asian American Scientists and Academics

by Emil Guillermo | May 22, 2016
Joyce Xi now knows what it is to be Asian American, undergoing the extreme xenophobia of her ow [...] Read more

Asian American Undocumented Students Get Boost

by Emil Guillermo | May 16, 2016
Asian American undocumented students thankful, hopeful for extension of University of Californi [...] Read more

ED Initiates $1M Grant to Improve AAPI Educational Outcomes

by Lydia Lum |
Recognizing that some Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders have more educational disparities t [...] Read more

Asian Students Not Standing on Protest Sidelines

by Pearl Stewart | May 9, 2016
Asian American students have been active participants and outspoken leaders in recent campus pr [...] Read more

Chicago Group Providing Refuge en Route to an Education

by Catherine Morris | May 4, 2016
A­ Chicago-based organization is working at helping North Koreans in the United States adapt a [...] Read more
Sakaki Set to Lead Sonoma State as First Asian American President

Sakaki Set to Lead Sonoma State as First Asian American President

by Catherine Morris | May 2, 2016
When Dr. Judy Sakaki becomes president of Sonoma State University (SSU) in July, it will be a m [...] Read more
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