Posts tagged: Distance Learning - Diverse

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CTE Students in Arkansas Found to Have Edge

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | April 14, 2016

A study shows that students who took more career and technical education courses were slightly [...]

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DAVID KANG

| April 4, 2016

DAVID KANG has been appointed vice chancellor for infrastructure and safety at the University o [...]

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Study: Higher Ed Would Pay Steep Price for Unionized Adjuncts

by Jamal Eric Watson | March 31, 2016

As adjuncts throughout the nation continue to organize themselves into collective bargaining un [...]

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Group Calls Remedial Education ‘Bridge to Nowhere’

by Catherine Morris | March 29, 2016

Complete College America, dedicated to improving graduation rates nationally, has dubbed remedi [...]

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Diverse Conversations: Have For-profit Schools Preyed on Minorities?

by Matthew Lynch | February 18, 2016

Have For-profit Schools Preyed on Minorities? [...]

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Dr. Nina Mahmoudian: A ‘Pioneer’ in Underwater Robotics

by Catherine Morris | February 9, 2016

Dr. Nina Mahmoudian—a 2016 Diverse Emerging Scholar—has applied her knowledge about flight [...]

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The Relevance of HBCUs Tied to Healing

by Dawn Henderson | February 7, 2016

The relevance of HBCUs is tied to a legacy of compensating for a system of education that too o [...]

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Chang Takes Autism Education to New Level

by Kenneth J. Cooper |

Dr. Ya-Chih Chang—a 2016 Diverse Emerging Scholar—balances educating graduate students on t [...]

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Distinguished Guest

| January 14, 2016

We would like to thank Dr. Mary Dana Hinton, president of the College of Saint Benedict, for st [...]

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