Latino Issues - Higher Education
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Challenges Remain for Latino College Presidents

by | October 29, 2017 Ten years ago, the number of Hispanic College presidents in the United States was about 5 perce Read more
Brown University Enrolls Students from Puerto Rico Tuition Free

Brown University Enrolls Students from Puerto Rico Tuition Free

by Associated Press | October 25, 2017
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Brown University is enrolling up to 50 students from the University of Pue [...] Read more
For Medina, Being Administrator Makes a Difference

For Medina, Being Administrator Makes a Difference

by Gia Savage | October 16, 2017
Dr. Carlos Medina, vice chancellor and chief diversity officer for the State University of New [...] Read more
Muñoz Pours His Heart Into Service

Muñoz Pours His Heart Into Service

by Joseph Hong | October 12, 2017
Conversations about Dr. Mike Muñoz and his work at Rio Hondo College always seem to come back [...] Read more
University of Washington Feels Like ‘Home’ for President Cauce

University of Washington Feels Like ‘Home’ for President Cauce

by Joseph Hong |
During her time as president of the University of Washington, Dr. Ana Mari Cauce has been vocal [...] Read more

Zamudio Clearing Path for More Bilingual Educators

by Gia Savage | October 11, 2017
Dr. Maria Luisa Zamudio’s career in higher education began in 2001, when she was a student at [...] Read more

Ortiz Works to Make Underrepresented Feel They Belong

by Joseph Hong | October 9, 2017
Dr. Elizabeth Ortiz of DePaul University says “imposter syndrome” permeates all levels of t [...] Read more
University of New Mexico’s Chicano Studies Eyes Grad Degrees

University of New Mexico’s Chicano Studies Eyes Grad Degrees

by Associated Press |
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The University of New Mexico’s Chicana and Chicano Studies Department h [...] Read more

Accelerating Latino Success in Postsecondary Education is Focus for Excelencia

by Catherine Morris | October 8, 2017
Excelencia convened higher education and nonprofit leaders in Washington, D.C. late last week t [...] Read more

For Espinoza, Collaboration a Major Component of Leadership

by Gia Savage | October 5, 2017
In his 10 years of administration at Virginia Tech, Juan Espinoza has focused on numerous diver [...] Read more
Call to Action Sent Sánchez Down Path to Presidency

Call to Action Sent Sánchez Down Path to Presidency

by Gia Savage | October 4, 2017
A protest as an undergraduate student prompted Frank Sánchez to look into master’s and Ph.D. [...] Read more
Carmen Suarez: Diversity and Inclusion Work Evolving

Carmen Suarez: Diversity and Inclusion Work Evolving

by Catherine Morris | October 3, 2017
Dr. Carmen Suarez, vice president for global diversity and inclusion at Portland State Universi [...] Read more
Serrata’s Rise to Presidency a Positive Change in Plans

Serrata’s Rise to Presidency a Positive Change in Plans

by Catherine Morris | October 2, 2017
He would have been content pursuing his vocation as a student affairs and enrollment manager in [...] Read more
Fresno State President Takes Pride in Identifying With Students

Fresno State President Takes Pride in Identifying With Students

by Catherine Morris | September 28, 2017
Like many of the students he currently serves at Fresno State, President Joseph I. Castro was t [...] Read more
Accessibility Is Hallmark of Vargas Presidency

Accessibility Is Hallmark of Vargas Presidency

by Joseph Hong | September 21, 2017
Dr. Carlos Vargas-Aburto, president of Southeast Missouri State University and a new citizen, b [...] Read more
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