Posts tagged: Health - Diverse

West Virginia U. Offers Tuition Incentive to Nursing Students

by Associated Press | February 21, 2017
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — West Virginia University is offering tuition incentives in hopes of incre [...] Read more

Scholars: At its Core, Feminism Universal

by Steven Gaither | February 20, 2017
Black transnational feminisms simply means understanding the ways in which Black women across n [...] Read more

Disabled Student Fires Back Against North Dakota University

by Associated Press | February 6, 2017
FARGO, N.D. — A student with cerebral palsy has filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of [...] Read more

Tyesha Burks Takes on Age-defying Mission

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | February 5, 2017
Dr. Tyesha N. Burks, selected by Diverse as a member of the 2017 Class of Emerging Scholars, is [...] Read more

Gates Foundation gives $279M to University of Washington

by Associated Press | January 25, 2017
SEATTLE — The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is awarding $279 million to the University of [...] Read more

St. Joseph’s College Gets $1.5M to Address Nursing Shortage

by Associated Press | January 23, 2017
STANDISH, Maine — The Harold Alfond Foundation is providing $1.5 million to Saint Joseph̵ [...] Read more

Janet Napolitano Hospitalized Due to Side Effects of Cancer Care

by Kristin J. Bender, Associated Press | January 18, 2017
SAN FRANCISCO — University of California President Janet Napolitano, a former U.S. Homeland S [...] Read more

University of Michigan Announces Efforts to Address Poverty

by Associated Press | January 17, 2017
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — The University of Michigan is planning a series of projects that aim to br [...] Read more

2017 Most Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs

by Diverse Staff | January 12, 2017
The University of Vermont and the University of West Georgia are among the 2017 Most Promising [...] Read more

Bones of Mengele, ‘Angel of Death,’ Teaching Tool in Brazil

by Stan Lehman, Associated Press | January 11, 2017
SAO PAULO — For more than 30 years, the bones of Josef Mengele, a German doctor who conducted [...] Read more

Kim Burrell’s Words Show Homophobia Alive and Well in Black Community

by | January 8, 2017
Kim Burrell has added her undeniably controversial perspective on an issue that has been an ong [...] Read more

Retiring University of Kansas Professor Invented Widely Used Drugs for HIV

by Sara Shepherd, Lawrence Journal-World | December 29, 2016
LAWRENCE, Kan. — There’s a high chance you know someone whose life has been saved, extended [...] Read more

Researchers: Nearly 400 Drug Addicts Helped in Police Effort

by Philip Marcelo, Associated Press | December 22, 2016
BOSTON — A novel drug addiction program developed in a small Massachusetts fishing town and s [...] Read more

Mott Community College Helps Flint Face Water Challenge

by Catherine Morris | December 15, 2016
By the time Mayor Karen Weaver had declared a state of emergency in Flint in December 2015, Mot [...] Read more

Ross-Lee Educating and Healing Holistically

by Christina Sturdivant | December 12, 2016
At the helm of a new osteopathic school of medicine, Dr. Barbara Ross-Lee seeks to raise the he [...] Read more