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Diverse Docket: Instructor’s Suit Against Delgado Community College Can Move Forward

A Korean American chemistry instructor can pursue allegations that Delgado Community College denied her a promotion and then terminated her because of racial and national origin discrimination, a federal appeals court has ruled.

A former evangelical minister, Jess Delegencia led a conference session last week examining the intersections—and historical lack thereof—among Asian American and Pacific Islanders (AAPI), Christianity and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.

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AAPI community college students who participate in federally funded intervention programs are likelier than nonparticipating peers to earn associate’s degrees.

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Interest in refugee health care is intensifying in the U.S., reflecting passage of the Refugee Act of 1980 that led to a constant influx of people over the years from troubled spots around the world.

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She is perhaps most known for cradling Malcolm X’s head in her lap as he died from gunshot wounds in 1965, an image captured in a Life magazine photo.

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Assistant secretary of education, College Board president among those weighing in on diversity in STEM.

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Test scores alone and skewed admissions criteria seen as roadblocks to achieving diversity.

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Two top universities from Israel and China announced Monday that they are starting a $300 million research project focused on nanotechnologies.

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Cornell Brooks does not come to the job with national name recognition, which experts say is critical to helping push the organization forward.

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Ellen Wu, assistant professor of history at Indiana University Bloomington, recalls the origins and development of the Asian “model minority” stereotype in recent book.

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