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Law Enforcement Violence for 2017 ‘Normalized’

Law Enforcement Violence for 2017 ‘Normalized’

by Roberto Rodriguez | July 9, 2017
Police abuse remains pandemic in this country with no signs of abating and with no signs of acc [...] Read more
Students of Color Near 74 Percent of U. of California’s Fall Freshman Class

Students of Color Near 74 Percent of U. of California’s Fall Freshman Class

by Emil Guillermo | July 6, 2017
If you want to see what diversity might look like in the future, just go to the campuses of the [...] Read more
Homeless College Students a New Group Among the Invisible

Homeless College Students a New Group Among the Invisible

by Emil Guillermo | June 27, 2017
I didn’t realize the broad definition of homeless also includes a segment I didn’t expect: [...] Read more
Want to Increase Graduation Rates? Hire More Underrepresented Faculty

Want to Increase Graduation Rates? Hire More Underrepresented Faculty

by Renée Byng Yancey | June 19, 2017
While overall college graduation rates have been increasing, the gap between graduation rates f [...] Read more
LGBT Inclusion: A Work in Progress

LGBT Inclusion: A Work in Progress

by Shane Windmeyer | June 15, 2017
The notion that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) youth do not exist on a college c [...] Read more
Uncomfort Zone: Time for Higher Ed to Address Race and Class

Uncomfort Zone: Time for Higher Ed to Address Race and Class

by Marcus Bright | June 6, 2017
Many higher education institutions have made tremendous strides in addressing disparities in th [...] Read more
Higher Ed Must Take Initiative to Reduce Carbon Footprint

Higher Ed Must Take Initiative to Reduce Carbon Footprint

by Emil Guillermo | June 4, 2017
After Thursday’s announcement that the U.S. is pulling out of the Paris Accord on climate cha [...] Read more
Remembering Samuel DuBois Cook

Remembering Samuel DuBois Cook

by Benjamin D. Reese Jr. | June 1, 2017
Higher education stalwart Dr. Samuel DuBois Cook, a political scientist and human rights activi [...] Read more
My Diversity Moment with the Military

My Diversity Moment with the Military

by Emil Guillermo | May 29, 2017
At the Army National Guard, celebration of diversity is more than lip service because over ther [...] Read more
Congress, Save Public Service Loan Forgiveness

Congress, Save Public Service Loan Forgiveness

by Paola Esmieu | May 24, 2017
Many services are facing deep cuts and/or being defunded altogether in the proposed education b [...] Read more
Inbound Recruitment Creates More Inclusive Workplaces

Inbound Recruitment Creates More Inclusive Workplaces

by Chris Motley | May 23, 2017
Universities have something all companies want: future employees. Students are essentially the [...] Read more
Post-Brown Diversity has to Mean More Than Numbers

Post-Brown Diversity has to Mean More Than Numbers

by Earl Lewis | May 16, 2017
Brown v. Board of Education was as much a stepping stone to building a diverse democracy as it [...] Read more
NAFEO Pushed for White House Initiative Move

NAFEO Pushed for White House Initiative Move

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | May 14, 2017
Lezli Baskerville said NAFEO had recommended that the initiative be placed in The White House, [...] Read more
The African-American College Experience and Student Loan Debt

The African-American College Experience and Student Loan Debt

by Dr. Diana Y. Minor | May 12, 2017
The cost of college has spiraled beyond the reach of many families and is leaving millions of s [...] Read more
Saban’s Contract Extension Raises Player Compensation Questions

Saban’s Contract Extension Raises Player Compensation Questions

by Marcus Bright | May 7, 2017
The news that University of Alabama football coach will now be paid about $11.125M a year rekin [...] Read more