Posts tagged: Diversity - Diverse

College of Charleston Probing ‘Racially Insensitive’ Halloween Costumes

by Associated Press | October 31, 2017
CHARLESTON, S.C. —  A South Carolina college is investigating social media posts that appear [...] Read more

Professor Investigated for Sharp Responses to Muslim Student

by Associated Press |
CINCINNATI — The University of Cincinnati is reviewing a music professor’s sharp responses [...] Read more

New Higher Ed Advocacy Group Makes Nontraditional Students Its Priority

by | October 30, 2017
A new higher education advocacy group made its public debut Monday with a new federal policy fr [...] Read more

Trahant Moving Forward With Standing Rock Lecture Series

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Native American journalist and professor Mark N. Trahant will organize a previously denied jour [...] Read more

Guillermo: National Free Speech Center Too Academic for Words

by Emil Guillermo |
When faced with a real-life issue on campus like protecting free speech, the largest public res [...] Read more

Fierce Rhetoric at Knight Commission Meeting Addresses Systemic Problems

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Although the speakers did not shy away from addressing an array of key issues, there were no ea [...] Read more

Western Kentucky University Regents Approve Diversity Plan

by Associated Press |
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. — Western Kentucky University regents have approved a five-year plan to pr [...] Read more

Strayer to Acquire Capella Education in $1.9B Deal

by Associated Press |
HERNDON, Va. — Strayer Education is tying up with Capella Education in a deal worth about $1. [...] Read more

Audit: $164K Misused by Former Cashiers at Grambling State

by Associated Press |
MONROE, La. — Three former cashiers at Grambling State University are accused of improperly i [...] Read more

2 Penn State Frats Lose Recognition After Rules Violations

by Associated Press |
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — Two fraternities have lost their recognition after what Pennsylvania Sta [...] Read more

Asian American Students Still Struggling With Burden of Expectations

by Alexis Anderson | October 26, 2017
Some Asian students see only one path forward. They must get the best grades. They need to get [...] Read more

Trump Nominates Kenneth Marcus to Lead Office for Civil Rights

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The Trump administration has nominated a civil rights and Jewish advocate to a top position wit [...] Read more

Experts Tell Congress Free Speech on Campus ‘Essential’

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Higher education leaders and government officials must resist efforts to restrict free speech o [...] Read more

University of Louisville Violated Law by Denying Newspaper’s Request

by Associated Press |
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A ruling by Kentucky’s attorney general says the University of Louisville [...] Read more

Iowa State Faces Lawsuit Over Sexual Assault Policies

by Associated Press |
DES MOINES, Iowa — A former Iowa State University administrator is suing the school, saying i [...] Read more