Posts tagged: SAT - Diverse

Guinier: America Needs Large-scale Social Movement

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | February 16, 2016
A large-scale social movement is needed to impact political decisions in a way that makes them [...] Read more

EILEEN O’CONNOR

| February 11, 2016
EILEEN O’CONNOR has been appointed vice president for communication at Yale University. She w [...] Read more

STEPHANIE M. GRAHAM

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STEPHANIE M. GRAHAM has been promoted to associate vice president and deputy general counsel f [...] Read more

Billions of Free Federal Grant Money Go Unclaimed

by Jamal Eric Watson | February 8, 2016
More than $2.7 billion in free federal grant money went unclaimed during the past academic year [...] Read more

Defending Test-optional Policies in Colleges and Universities

by Briana O’Neal | January 24, 2016
Both the ACT and SAT serve as a barrier to college access for low-income, first-generation and [...] Read more

How Gifted Education Fuels Injustices

by Donna Y. Ford | January 22, 2016
Black students represent 19% of the public schools population but only 10% of gifted programs. [...] Read more

SAT Tests Canceled in China, Macau Over Cheating Concerns

by Joe Mandak, Associated Press | January 21, 2016
PITTSBURGH ― The firm that oversees registrations for the SAT has canceled college entrance e [...] Read more

ANGELA EVANS

| January 20, 2016
ANGELA EVANS has been appointed dean of the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs at The U [...] Read more

MONICA E. MONROE

| January 11, 2016
MONICA E. MONROE has been appointed dean of students of the University of Pennsylvania Law Scho [...] Read more

Diverse Charts: 2015-2016 NCAA Bowl Team APRs

by Diverse Staff | December 29, 2015
Going into the home stretch of college football bowl games, Diverse takes a look at the Academi [...] Read more

Texas Campus Carry Law Gets Green Light

by Emil Guillermo | December 28, 2015
Texas campus carry law gets boost as the new year promises legal shootout over guns in colleges [...] Read more

Supreme Court Preparing to Tackle Fisher Case, Campus Diversity Again

by Catherine Morris | December 3, 2015
The case questions the constitutionality of holistic admissions practices, which consider race, [...] Read more

MALING EBRAHIMPOUR

| November 18, 2015
MALING EBRAHIMPOUR has been appointed dean of the College of Business Administration at the Uni [...] Read more

Woman Enrolled at Virginia Tech Guilty in Test-taking Scheme

by Joe Mandak, Associated Press | October 29, 2015
A Chinese woman pleaded guilty Thursday to conspiring to have two other women take college admi [...] Read more

South African President to Meet Students Protesting Tuition Hikes

by Christopher Torchia, Associated Press | October 22, 2015
Thousands of South African university students demonstrated outside the headquarters of the cou [...] Read more