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Why Must College Athletes Face Rules Double Jeopardy?

by Robin L. Hughes | September 22, 2016 Athletes who participate in schools p-20 are held accountable by two sets of standards: by the Read more

Times Change, But Need to Look Beyond Campus Persists

by Edward Pittman | September 18, 2016
Campus climate cannot be divorced from national events, whether it be police involved killings [...] Read more
Increasing Equity and Access Through Competency-based Education: What Do We Know?

Increasing Equity and Access Through Competency-based Education: What Do We Know?

by Katrina Rogers | September 14, 2016
Gaining access to a fast, flexible path to a degree and a more cost-effective way to learn are [...] Read more
The Importance of Crossover Ecology: Rethinking Public Scholarship

The Importance of Crossover Ecology: Rethinking Public Scholarship

by George Yancy and Karlyn Crowley | September 12, 2016
Crossover scholarship is not a one-way street from the academy to the public. [...] Read more
Renewed Focus Needed on Intangible Factors for Students

Renewed Focus Needed on Intangible Factors for Students

by Marcus Bright | September 8, 2016
As students begin the 2016-17 school year, there is a need for a fresh effort to encourage stud [...] Read more

At the Bottom of the Resource Gap Lies the Diversity Desert

by Jason Rivera | August 31, 2016
Actually, it really is difficult to hire a more diverse faculty, and it’s a phenomenon that a [...] Read more

Increasing HBCU Retention: It’s the Small Things

by Megan Covington and Adriel A. Hilton | August 28, 2016
Administration may overlook the collection of issues that may lead students to attrition, trans [...] Read more
Rallying Millennials to Vote

Rallying Millennials to Vote

by George Acero, Rhonda Rios Kravitz and Cruz Reynoso | August 16, 2016
Despite their large population (83 million), millennials vote at lower rates than their share o [...] Read more
Critiquing the Anti-Blackness in Mentoring

Critiquing the Anti-Blackness in Mentoring

| August 11, 2016
By fixing a CRT (critical race theory) lens over mentoring programs, practitioners can recogniz [...] Read more
Higher Ed, Civil Rights Groups Should Explore Areas of Convergence

Higher Ed, Civil Rights Groups Should Explore Areas of Convergence

by Marcus Bright | August 2, 2016
There is plenty of common ground between universities and civil rights groups that needs to be [...] Read more
The High Price of Pregnancy While on the Academic Job Market

The High Price of Pregnancy While on the Academic Job Market

by McKenzie Wood | July 28, 2016
Although a woman who is currently employed and becomes pregnant has (limited) legal protections [...] Read more
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
Why Small Liberal Arts Colleges Should Embrace Diversity

Why Small Liberal Arts Colleges Should Embrace Diversity

by Dexter Gordon | July 20, 2016
Smaller, largely historically White colleges got a wake-up call when they found their easygoing [...] Read more
UC Berkeley Responds as Student Among Dead in Attack in Nice

UC Berkeley Responds as Student Among Dead in Attack in Nice

by Emil Guillermo | July 17, 2016
In a new world where terror has become commonplace, what will happen to the appetite to study a [...] 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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