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ACE Fellows Program Creating Pipeline to Presidency for Women, Minorities Time No Barrier to Law Professor Ronald Sullivan Getting to Truth Marc Lamont Hill Leaving Columbia University for Morehouse College Professorship Stage Set for Showdowns Over Potential Contraction of HBCUs 

Harvard educator is a consultant on Brooklyn’s Conviction Review Unit that seeks to bring the innocent to justice and restore faith in the legal system.

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A lawsuit challenging Ohio University’s student conduct code alleges administrators violated constitutional free speech rights by telling students not to wear T-shirts bearing a sexually suggestive double entendre, though the school denies that officials made such comments.

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As an international authority on African legal systems, human rights and development, Muna Ndulo has keen insight into some of the conflicts and turbulent events that have dominated world news in recent months.

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Amanda Ripley urged graduating seniors at the inaugural “Cap & Gown” ceremony of the Capital Partners for Education program not to be daunted by competition from abroad.

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California’s state universities plan to hire 700 full-time faculty members, putting the skids on years of class and staff reductions prompted by state budget cuts.

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Maya Angelou, 86, died Wednesday.

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NISOD partners with Diverse to launch new awards program.

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The respected voice on community college issues delivers a keynote address at the NISOD Conference.

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He was a renaissance man. A productive scholar, who wrote about the Civil Rights Movement, not as a distant outsider but as one who was intimately involved in the day-to-day struggles of Blacks in the American South.

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