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Higher Ed Curriculum Must Address Race, Racism

Higher Ed Curriculum Must Address Race, Racism

by Cornelius Gilbert | September 18, 2017 We are living in a time when issues of race, and racism, are on the table. Read more
Black Studies Faculty: Teaching Behind Enemy Lines

Black Studies Faculty: Teaching Behind Enemy Lines

by Aimee Glocke | September 7, 2017
Being persecuted by the media and society is only one of the repercussions Black Studies facult [...] Read more
An Open Letter to College Presidents about DACA

An Open Letter to College Presidents about DACA

by Susana Muñoz | September 5, 2017
Here are some recommendations for you and your fellow senior administrators on how to humanely [...] Read more
Trump Leaks Darken DACA Future

Trump Leaks Darken DACA Future

by Emil Guillermo | September 4, 2017
President Trump’s intention to end DACA, but give Congress six months to fix the policy, amou [...] Read more
The Pathology of Delusions

The Pathology of Delusions

by Shawn Alexander | August 31, 2017
The scenario of being criticized and threatened for writing honestly about race and/or racism i [...] Read more
Social Media Harassment Targets Academics of Color

Social Media Harassment Targets Academics of Color

by Qrescent Mali Mason | August 27, 2017
The psychological and professional consequences of social media engagement can be particularly [...] Read more
Princeton Review Does a Disservice to Prospective LGBTQ+ Students

Princeton Review Does a Disservice to Prospective LGBTQ+ Students

by Chelsea Fullerton | August 23, 2017
The “LGBTQ Unfriendly” list does a great disservice to our prospective students by giving a [...] Read more
New Approach to Criminal Justice Education

New Approach to Criminal Justice Education

by Doug Cremer | August 22, 2017
The challenges that confront law enforcement these days are great and heading towards a crisis. [...] Read more
Faculty Chemistry Pays Off at Georgia Gwinnett College

Faculty Chemistry Pays Off at Georgia Gwinnett College

by C. Douglas Johnson, David Pursell and Patrice Bell | August 16, 2017
Can you imagine a new state college having a junior faculty member chairing an open rank chemis [...] Read more

Alternative Facts and Faulty Citations: Urging Students to Use the Library

by Robin Brooks | August 13, 2017
Like many others who have not been living in a dark-tinted bubble for the past year, I have not [...] Read more

Whites Use Asian Americans as Human Shields in New Affirmative Action Fight

by Emil Guillermo | August 7, 2017
Don’t be fooled by the news about Asian Americans fighting affirmative action. Asian Amer [...] Read more
I Failed the System: Representation, Meritocracy and Changing Education from the Top Down

I Failed the System: Representation, Meritocracy and Changing Education from the Top Down

by Alex Serna | August 2, 2017
I couldn’t fit the “college mold”, so I just gave up. I thought I failed the system and n [...] Read more
Has California Found the Answer to More Equitable Developmental Education?

Has California Found the Answer to More Equitable Developmental Education?

by DeShawn Preston | July 26, 2017
California Bill AB 705 aims to reduce the burden of performing well on a standardized test as t [...] Read more

Mizzou’s Policy May Disadvantage Low-Income Students

by Ernest Ezeugo | July 23, 2017
In an effort to curb student debt, the University of Missouri (Mizzou) has taken a controversia [...] Read more
Mexican American or Mexican Mexicano?

Mexican American or Mexican Mexicano?

by Roberto Rodriguez | July 17, 2017
I remember a student of mine at the University of Arizona once defined himself as a Mexican Mex [...] Read more
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