Posts tagged: Demographic - Diverse
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Duke Students Persist in Demands for Asian American Studies Major

by Pearl Stewart | April 4, 2016

For several months, determined groups of Duke University students have called for the establish [...]

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Remembering Bud Hodgkinson, the Guru of Education Demographics

by Joshua L. Smith | March 25, 2016

Those of us who did not know Bud quickly learned that he was the guru who was constantly analyz [...]

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Fight for the Diversity Vote Intensifies as Week’s Primaries Focus on Michigan and Mississippi

by | March 7, 2016

Late last week, Def Jam entrepreneur Russell Simmons announced he was supporting Hillary Clinto [...]

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Profile of Nation’s Innovators Doesn’t Mirror Those of Gates, Zuckerberg

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | February 24, 2016

Study shows more than a third of U.S. innovators were born on foreign soil, and a similar amoun [...]

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History Leads to Diversity When it Comes to Asian Americans

by | October 5, 2015

If you want to understand how some of our best colleges and universities have become 20, 30, ev [...]

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Retired Professor Seeks Diversity in Green Movement

by Catherine Morris | June 5, 2015

Dr. James Francisco Bonilla, who recently retired as a professor at Hamline University’s Scho [...]

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Understanding Generation X

by | April 9, 2015

By now most people have heard of Generation X, the 46 million Americans born between 1965 and 1 [...]

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RISE to Focus on Strategies to Boost Achievement for Males of Color

by Jamal Eric Watson | February 25, 2015

In the wake of President Obama’s “My Brother’s Keeper” initiative, a new effort has spr [...]

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Millennials Even More Left of Center Than in 2012

by | July 30, 2014

Even political pollsters have joined in the ongoing critique of this age demographic. [...]

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