Women - Higher Education
U.S. Appeals Court Agrees That University of Cincinnati Can’t Suspend Student Accused of Sexual Assault

U.S. Appeals Court Agrees That University of Cincinnati Can’t Suspend Student Accused of Sexual Assault

by Dan Sewell, Associated Press | September 25, 2017
A federal appeals court panel Monday upheld blocking a university's suspension of a male studen [...] Read more
A First at Fisk: Tanya Torres Steps Into Groundbreaking Role

A First at Fisk: Tanya Torres Steps Into Groundbreaking Role

by Reginald Stuart | September 20, 2017
As the 2017-18 school year starts, Tanya Torres debuts as president of Fisk’s Student Governm [...] Read more
UNC Students Protesting Silent Sam Launch Economic Boycott

UNC Students Protesting Silent Sam Launch Economic Boycott

by Associated Press |
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — Student organizers seeking the removal of a Confederate soldier statue at [...] Read more
Professor Who Tweeted About ‘Future Dead Cops’ is Digging In

Professor Who Tweeted About ‘Future Dead Cops’ is Digging In

by Associated Press |
NEW YORK — A professor who tweeted about teaching “future dead cops” at a college of crim [...] Read more
Report: Higher Ed Must Factor In Growing Single Mother Student Population

Report: Higher Ed Must Factor In Growing Single Mother Student Population

by | September 19, 2017
Even as more single mothers than ever are attending college, services for student parents have [...] Read more
Attack on Black Cornell University Student Under Investigation

Attack on Black Cornell University Student Under Investigation

by Associated Press |
ITHACA, N.Y. — Cornell University plans to form a task force to address what its president ca [...] Read more
University Head Ousted for ‘Lack of Leadership’ During Irma

University Head Ousted for ‘Lack of Leadership’ During Irma

by Associated Press |
PETERSBURG, Fla. — As the University of South Florida’s St. Petersburg campus was preparing [...] Read more
Czech Appeals Court Upholds Hijab Ban at Nursing School

Czech Appeals Court Upholds Hijab Ban at Nursing School

by Associated Press |
PRAGUE — A Czech appeals court has upheld a lower court ruling that went against a Somali stu [...] Read more
Guillermo: Free Speech for the President, But Not Jemele Hill?

Guillermo: Free Speech for the President, But Not Jemele Hill?

by Emil Guillermo | September 18, 2017
President Trump knows exactly what he’s doing -- he’s making everyone question all free spe [...] Read more
Expert Wants Institutions to Track Racial Data in Title IX Proceedings

Expert Wants Institutions to Track Racial Data in Title IX Proceedings

by Catherine Morris | September 14, 2017
According to Ben Trachtenberg, associate professor at the University of Missouri School of Law, [...] Read more
Haddon Helps Rutgers-Camden Bring Out the Best Across the Board

Haddon Helps Rutgers-Camden Bring Out the Best Across the Board

by Tiffany Pennamon | September 13, 2017
With a family history that ties her to four generations of educators and lawyers, Rutgers Unive [...] Read more
Judge Judy Funds Debate Space at Southern Cal

Judge Judy Funds Debate Space at Southern Cal

by Associated Press |
LOS ANGELES — Judy Sheindlin, better known as Judge Judy, is funding a space for public debat [...] Read more
Professor Aims to Honor St. Cloud State’s First African-American Alumna

Professor Aims to Honor St. Cloud State’s First African-American Alumna

by Joseph Hong | September 12, 2017
Earlier this summer, Dr. Christopher Lehman, a professor and chair of the Ethnic Studies Depart [...] Read more
Activist Angela Davis to speak at Ball State

Activist Angela Davis to speak at Ball State

by Associated Press |
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