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ASHE: Hispanic-Serving Institutions Could Face Rough Road Ahead

At a panel focusing on Hispanic-serving institutions, panelists looked to the past and future of the institutions that are predominantly serving one of the fastest growing demographics in the nation.

Leaders from Excelencia in Education, Congress and others focused Thursday on the crucial role that Hispanic and Latinos will play in shaping the nations’ future.

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In Battle Creek, Michigan, the new Center for Diversity and Innovation at Kellogg Community College targets not just the campus but extends its work to the entire city.

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The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services reported in June that it would take approximately 8,200 additional primary care physicians to eliminate all of the currently designated “health professional shortage areas,” or HPSAs.

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Even though the University of Nebraska―Lincoln’s Dr. Joseph Francisco didn’t have a role model at home who had gone to college — his grandparents, whom he lived with, did not go further than the second and third grade — he built his foundation to be a leader in academia there.

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The state’s Higher Education Coordinating Board is wrapping up a 15-year plan to boost Hispanic college student enrollment.

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Over the past six years, I have been honored to peek into the souls and lives of undocumented youth through my research.

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Though the administration has said that its proposed ratings system will be designed to reward institutions that successfully serve minorities and low-income students, representatives from HSIs nevertheless expressed some misgivings about the plan.

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Luis Maldonado, chief advocacy officer at the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, said of political engagement: “If you’re not at the table, you’re on the table.”

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New president of Queens College of The City University of New York hasn’t forgotten his roots and remains committed to being an agent of change.

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