Posts tagged: Gender - Diverse
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Bridging the Generational Gap to Understand Shifts in Meaning of Gender

by Dottie Morris | June 27, 2016 College administrators and faculty need to bridge the generational gap between students in orde Read more

Majoring in Beyoncé: A True Higher Education

by Chinwe O. Okeke | May 4, 2016
The Beyoncé effect has once again taken hold of our visual, auditory, and emotional centers in [...] Read more

My Brother’s Keeper Hitting Growth Marks

by Jamal Eric Watson | April 24, 2016
Two years after President Obama established the My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) Task Force, the ini [...] Read more

Need for Research that Centers on Female Experiences at HBCUs

by Abigail Shepherd | April 11, 2016
Historical accounts of HBCUs often exclude the stories of Black women at these institutions and [...] Read more

A Dream of Freedom that is Bigger Than the Moment

by Jaquial Durham | April 7, 2016
It is definitely understood that we live in a nation that is committed to first-class jails and [...] Read more

How to Cultivate More Diversity in College Coaching

by Matthew Lynch | April 3, 2016
From physical trainers to marketing offices to head coaching spots, college coaching is an area [...] Read more

March Madness: The Rest of the Story

by Robin Lee Hughes | March 31, 2016
March harkens the smell of roses, cut grass and light spring rains for most folks. For me, Marc [...] Read more

Minority Scholars to be Among Those Honored by AERA

by Jamal Eric Watson | March 29, 2016
Several minority scholars will be among those recognized next week when the largest gathering o [...] Read more

PAULA JOHNSON

| March 22, 2016
PAULA JOHNSON has been named president of Wellesley College, effective July 1. She was chief of [...] Read more

U. of Michigan Program for At-risk Youth Headed for Chicago

by Jamal Eric Watson | March 10, 2016
A University of Michigan-based program designed to prevent substance abuse, violence and early [...] Read more

LSAMP Students Tackling Problems That Hit Close to Home

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | February 25, 2016
Bugs with a deadly bite. Waterborne pathogens that threaten our health. Bad breath and gum dise [...] Read more

Getting Published While Black

by Donna Y. Ford | February 8, 2016
Minority journals are legitimate and must be valued in the recruitment, retention, and promotio [...] Read more

LYNN PASQUERELLA

| January 28, 2016
LYNN PASQUERELLA has been appointed president of the American Association of Colleges and Unive [...] Read more

Hmong Males Must Embrace Education to be Agents of Change

by Chao Danny Vang | January 27, 2016
It is my moral responsibility to use my knowledge and access to information to help address edu [...] Read more

Campus Gun Laws Met With Opposition From Legislature

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | January 26, 2016
Although numerous states currently ban guns on campus, perpetual legislative efforts are pushin [...] Read more
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