Women - Higher Education
Activist Angela Davis to speak at Ball State

Activist Angela Davis to speak at Ball State

by Associated Press | September 12, 2017
MUNCIE, Ind. — Social activist Angela Davis is coming to Ball State University to discuss ins [...] Read more
Kalamazoo Valley Community College President Plans to Retire

Kalamazoo Valley Community College President Plans to Retire

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KALAMAZOO, Mich. — The longtime president of Kalamazoo Valley Community College plans to reti [...] Read more
Runstedtler Thrives at Intersection of Race, History and Sports

Runstedtler Thrives at Intersection of Race, History and Sports

by Tiffany Pennamon | September 6, 2017
Dr. Theresa Runstedtler has led Critical Race, Gender and Culture Studies Collaborative at Amer [...] Read more
Judge Dismisses Sex Assault Lawsuit Against Brown University

Judge Dismisses Sex Assault Lawsuit Against Brown University

by Associated Press |
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — A federal judge has thrown out a lawsuit brought against Brown University [...] Read more
Former Winthrop President Drops Lawsuit Against School

Former Winthrop President Drops Lawsuit Against School

by Associated Press | September 5, 2017
ROCK HILL, S.C. — A former university president in South Carolina has dropped her lawsuit aga [...] Read more
Baylor Settles Suit That Alleged Rape ‘Culture of Violence’

Baylor Settles Suit That Alleged Rape ‘Culture of Violence’

by Jim Vertuno, Associated Press |
AUSTIN, Texas — Baylor University has settled a federal lawsuit filed by a former student who [...] Read more
Judge: Student Accused of Sex Assault Can Return to College

Judge: Student Accused of Sex Assault Can Return to College

by Associated Press | August 30, 2017
OXFORD, Ohio — A federal judge has ruled a student barred from a southwest Ohio college becau [...] Read more
Experts: True Equality for Women Still not a Reality

Experts: True Equality for Women Still not a Reality

by Tiffany Pennamon | August 27, 2017
Despite 97 years of progress fighting for gender equality in political offices, in the workplac [...] Read more
Bryn Mawr College Scrubs Name of Founder with Racist Views

Bryn Mawr College Scrubs Name of Founder with Racist Views

by Associated Press | August 24, 2017
BRYN MAWR, Pa. — A private college in suburban Philadelphia says it will remove references to [...] Read more
Duquesne Professor Pleads Guilty in Car-key Vandalism Case

Duquesne Professor Pleads Guilty in Car-key Vandalism Case

by Associated Press |
BRIDGEVILLE, Pa. — A Pennsylvania professor known for her expertise on consumer trends has pl [...] Read more
Garcia Feels Most Effective on Front Lines of Higher Education

Garcia Feels Most Effective on Front Lines of Higher Education

by Monica Levitan | August 23, 2017
Although Dr. Gina Ann Garcia is an advocate for equity and diversity, she didn’t always know [...] Read more
Baylor Settlements Could Signal Trend of More to Come

Baylor Settlements Could Signal Trend of More to Come

by Jim Vertuno, Associated Press |
AUSTIN, Texas — Baylor University’s recent settlement of a high-profile federal lawsuit sug [...] Read more
New Lawsuit Alleges Baylor Failures Under New Rape Policies

New Lawsuit Alleges Baylor Failures Under New Rape Policies

by Associated Press | August 22, 2017
WACO, Texas — A woman who reported that she’d been sexually assaulted filed a lawsuit Monda [...] Read more
William Paterson University President to Retire

William Paterson University President to Retire

by Associated Press |
WAYNE, N.J. — William Paterson University’s president is retiring. Kathleen Waldron announc [...] Read more
Rhode Island Names Postsecondary Commissioner

Rhode Island Names Postsecondary Commissioner

by Associated Press | August 3, 2017
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Rhode Island’s acting commissioner of postsecondary education has been a [...] Read more