Women - Higher Education
Harvard Club of Boston Elects its 1st Female President

Harvard Club of Boston Elects its 1st Female President

by Associated Press | May 25, 2016
BOSTON ― The 108-year-old Harvard Club of Boston has elected its first female president, and [...] Read more

The Perfect Strand: Untangling Race, Professionalism, and Hair

by Wende' Ferguson | May 24, 2016
Could my ‘natural’ hair cost me the interview or job? [...] Read more
Washington Names Jennifer Cohen New Athletic Director

Washington Names Jennifer Cohen New Athletic Director

by Tim Booth, Associated Press |
SEATTLE ― For the second time in the past 10 years, Washington chose continuity at the top of [...] Read more
Regents Want Pay Gap Suit from Former SDSU Professor Tossed

Regents Want Pay Gap Suit from Former SDSU Professor Tossed

by Associated Press | May 23, 2016
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. ― The South Dakota Board of Regents is asking a judge to dismiss a lawsuit [...] Read more

Dr. Dawn-Elissa Fischer Moving Up Hip-Hop Academic Charts

by Lekan Oguntoyinbo | May 22, 2016
Dr. Dawn-Elissa Fischer is a scholar on the rise in the hip-hop academic field. [...] Read more
Suit Seeks Testimony from ex-Texas Coach Mack Brown, Others

Suit Seeks Testimony from ex-Texas Coach Mack Brown, Others

by Jim Vertuno, Associated Press |
AUSTIN, Texas ― A former University of Texas track coach’s sex and race discrimination laws [...] Read more
BYU Launches Sexual Assault Policy Feedback Website

BYU Launches Sexual Assault Policy Feedback Website

by Hallie Golden, Associated Press | May 19, 2016
SALT LAKE CITY ― Brigham Young University launched a website for people to provide feedback o [...] Read more

Creating a Culture of Transfer

by Nancy Lee Sánchez | May 17, 2016
For most low-income students, the path to a college degree starts at the door of the local comm [...] Read more
Paid Parental Leave But No Union for Columbia Grad Students

Paid Parental Leave But No Union for Columbia Grad Students

| May 10, 2016
NEW YORK ― Graduate students who teach and conduct research at Columbia University will get p [...] Read more

Engaging Families for Latino Student Success in Higher Education

by Mercedes Terrazas | May 5, 2016
Latinos are struggling with access to higher education, navigating the college process, and, on [...] Read more

Native American Cultural Centers Imperative to Student Success

by Kerrie Fivecoat-Campbell | May 3, 2016
Studies find community and cultural ties important, especially to women students. [...] Read more
Sakaki Set to Lead Sonoma State as First Asian American President

Sakaki Set to Lead Sonoma State as First Asian American President

by Catherine Morris | May 2, 2016
When Dr. Judy Sakaki becomes president of Sonoma State University (SSU) in July, it will be a m [...] Read more

Teaching Armed Students is Next to Impossible

by Kishonna L. Gray |
Teaching armed students changes the dynamics of a classroom and will alter what you teach and h [...] Read more
UC Davis Chancellor Says Politics Driving Action Against Her

UC Davis Chancellor Says Politics Driving Action Against Her

by Lisa Leff, Associated Press | April 28, 2016
SAN FRANCISCO ― The chancellor of the University of California, Davis says politics are drivi [...] Read more
Kansas State University Asked to Examine Off-campus Rapes

Kansas State University Asked to Examine Off-campus Rapes

by Associated Press | April 27, 2016
MANHATTAN, Kan. ― Kansas State University fraternities are calling on the university to begin [...] Read more