Views - Higher Education

‘We Will Be Watching’ – Algorithms And African-American Life

by William F. Tate | February 6, 2019
During my senior year in high school I developed an interest in pursuing a major related to sci [...] Read more

In Support of Rural Higher Education, Economic Diversity and Democracy

by Yves Salomon-Fernández | February 5, 2019
As a community college, our student body is diverse. It reflects the real world. As part of my [...] Read more

Spontaneous Synergy Happens in a Diverse Classroom

by Judith G. Curtis | January 29, 2019
A kind of magical synergy can break out in a university classroom that is diverse when unlikely [...] Read more

On Being a Professor with Autism, and Traveling the World to Destigmatize It

by Stephen Shore | January 17, 2019
People on the autism spectrum have similar characteristics no matter their nationality or race. [...] Read more

Why is Black Excellence so Important?

by Ndeh "Will" Anyu | January 16, 2019
Black excellence is more than a catchy hashtag or words written across the front of a hooded sw [...] Read more

Education in Spite of It All: A Black Woman’s Journey

by Menah Pratt-Clarke | January 15, 2019
My mother, Dr. Mildred Pratt, died in 2012. I think about her often. She was one of the first-g [...] Read more

Immigrant Identity

by Claudia García-Louis | January 11, 2019
As a first-generation Mexican immigrant woman, who stands at just 5 feet tall, I knew navigatin [...] Read more

Don’t Wait – Meditate

by Benajmin Harris | January 10, 2019
The Anxiety and Depression Association of America estimates that 40 million adults age 18 and o [...] Read more

HBCU Websites Must Adhere to American with Disabilities Act Guidelines

by Larry J. Walker | January 7, 2019
Over the next few years schools that fail to address whether their websites and other tools are [...] Read more

How Researchers of Color are Left out of the Gun Violence Conversation in Media and Academia

by Joseph Richardson Jr. | December 20, 2018
Although the frequency of mass shootings has increased, and the constant media coverage makes i [...] Read more

Lack of Diversity in Study Abroad

by Aliyah Abraham | December 18, 2018
For many students, the costs associated with studying abroad can seem insurmountable. [...] Read more

Solange, Black Women & Politics

by Joseph L. Jones | December 17, 2018
Several years ago, when my political science colleagues and I were revising our curriculum, I m [...] Read more

Student Affairs Goes Digital: Translating Student Support to the World of Online Learning

by Kevin Kruger & Dave Jarrat | December 16, 2018
With nearly a third of all students now taking at least one course online, institutions are gra [...] Read more

Welcome Home

by Paola “Lola” Esmieu | December 12, 2018
As educational spaces, colleges and universities carry the burden of creating a welcoming and i [...] Read more

Zombies in the Academy

by Eileen Galvez | December 11, 2018
This year’s Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) conference was exciting for [...] Read more