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Experts Say Latino Student Enrollment Outpacing Faculty Growth

by Catherine Morris | September 22, 2016 Between 2003 and 2014, the percentage of Latinos among all faculty members grew from 2 to 4 per Read more

Scholar: Texas Textbook an ‘Intentional Assault’ on Psyche of Mexican American Students

by Roberto Rodriguez | September 20, 2016
After reading the proposed Mexican American Heritage textbook for Texas students last week by J [...] Read more

California Puts High School Ethnic Studies Officially on the Books

by Jamal Eric Watson | September 15, 2016
California’s Governor Jerry Brown has signed a bill that will now mandate the teaching of eth [...] Read more

Higher Ed Gets Opportunity to Benchmark Diversity

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | September 11, 2016
The Global Diversity & Inclusion Benchmark tool — also known as the GDIB — is being made av [...] Read more
UTSA President Ricardo Romo to Retire Next Year

UTSA President Ricardo Romo to Retire Next Year

by Diverse Staff | September 7, 2016
Ricardo Romo, the longest serving and first Hispanic president in the University of Texas at Sa [...] Read more
Organizations Launch Campaign to Bring Facts to Light about MSIs

Organizations Launch Campaign to Bring Facts to Light about MSIs

by Jamal Eric Watson |
Organizations Launch Campaign to Bring Facts to Light about MSIs [...] Read more
University Study Finds Inequality Unchanged in Hollywood

University Study Finds Inequality Unchanged in Hollywood

by Jake Coyle, Associated Press |
Despite widespread attention over diversity in the movie business, a new study finds that littl [...] Read more
Calif. High School Ethnic Studies in Governor’s Hands Now

Calif. High School Ethnic Studies in Governor’s Hands Now

by Jamal Eric Watson | August 25, 2016
A California Bill that would mandate the teaching of ethnic studies in public schools across th [...] Read more
National Science Foundation Awards $2.9 Million to National Diversity-Serving Organizations

National Science Foundation Awards $2.9 Million to National Diversity-Serving Organizations

by Diverse Staff | August 17, 2016
The National Science Foundation has awarded to $2.9 million to several national engineering div [...] Read more

Diverse Conversations: Professoriate Still Lacking in Diversity

by Matthew Lynch | August 15, 2016
According to the National Center for Educational Statistics, only 16 percent of full-time profe [...] Read more
Management Leadership Program Aims to Boost Workforce Diversity

Management Leadership Program Aims to Boost Workforce Diversity

by Lydia Lum | July 24, 2016
Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT) provides minority students with one-on-one leadership [...] Read more
Miami Mayor Tomás Pedro Regalado Touts Success of ‘My Brother’s Keeper’ in his City

Miami Mayor Tomás Pedro Regalado Touts Success of ‘My Brother’s Keeper’ in his City

by Jamal Eric Watson | July 21, 2016
The mayor of Miami said that President Obama’s “My Brother’s Keeper” (MBK) Initiative h [...] Read more

Unconventional Approach Propels Evergreen State College

by Lois Elfman | July 20, 2016
A unique learning environment thrives at the Pacific Northwest school. [...] Read more
Eloy Oakley Named Chancellor of California Community Colleges System

Eloy Oakley Named Chancellor of California Community Colleges System

by Jamal E. Mazyck | July 18, 2016
Eloy Oakley becomes the first Latino to lead the California Community Colleges, the nation’s [...] Read more
GVSU Committed to Advancing Success of Latino Students

GVSU Committed to Advancing Success of Latino Students

by Thomas J. Haas | July 11, 2016
In August, about 80 Latino students and their families will be welcomed at Grand Valley State U [...] Read more
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