Views - Higher Education

Educational Debt, Disenfranchisement Factors in African-American Male Achievement Gap

by Autumn A. Arnett | October 24, 2012
Experts say academic support is just the beginning of preparation for making the most of opport [...] Read more

Knowledgeable Approach Can Take Stress Out of Affirmative Action Conversations

by Lena Martinez-Watts | October 19, 2012
The Supreme Court has heard Fisher v. University of Texas, a case about the use of race as a fa [...] Read more

Remembering Andrew Brimmer

by Dr. Lucy Reuben | October 17, 2012
First meeting Dr. Andrew F. Brimmer in 1985, I was as excited as a distant fan who finally meet [...] Read more

College Students Can Change Their Communities By Being Civic-Minded

by Dr.James Ewers Jr. | October 16, 2012
Edward Waters’ Dr. James Ewers discusses the value of civics. [...] Read more

Fisher v. The University of Texas: Why Should We Care?

by Gregory T. Chambers & Dr. Benjamin D. Reese, Jr. | October 15, 2012
On October 10, 2012, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Fisher v. University of Tex [...] Read more

From Jail to Juris Doctor

by Dorothy Givens Terry | October 11, 2012
James King’s experience on the undesirable side of the legal system spurred his drive to beco [...] Read more

Asian-American, Pacific Islanders Flying Under Radar as a Political Force

by Emil Guillermo | October 9, 2012
The group the Democrats take for granted and the Republicans totally ignore could make a differ [...] Read more

Katherine Archuleta is the First Latina to Direct a Major Party’s Presidential Campaign

by María Eugenia Miranda | October 5, 2012
When President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign appointed Katherine Archuleta national pol [...] Read more

The National Education Narrative

by Kamau Bobb, Ph.D. | October 3, 2012
Dr. Kamau Bobb discusses the intersection of higher education policy and national economic inte [...] Read more

In Defense of ‘Exploitation Games’

by Cheryl Davenport Dozier | October 1, 2012
Savannah State President Cheryl Dozier defends her institution’s decision to allow its footba [...] Read more

Commentary: Could End of Affirmative Action Be Boon for Black Colleges?

by Aaron N. Taylor | September 27, 2012
Students should choose HBCUs based not on attenuation of opportunities, but on tangible benefit [...] Read more

Calling it a Career

by Reginald Stuart | September 24, 2012
Dr. James Hawkins has retired after 35 years of service as a journalism educator at Florida A&M [...] Read more

Perspective: Linking STEM Women Online to Students

by Ibram H. Rogers | September 21, 2012
Women in Technology Sharing Online is a six-week program co-sponsored by Harvey Mudd College to [...] Read more

Public University Leaders Tout Value of College, Affirmative Action

by Charles Dervarics | September 20, 2012
Univ. of Michigan president Mary Sue Coleman outlined her strong support for continued use of r [...] Read more

Commentary: When a Football Game Sends the Wrong Message

by Aaron N. Taylor | September 17, 2012
Law professor Aaron N. Taylor laments what he calls the ‘prostitution’ of Black football pr [...] Read more