Posts tagged: Asian Americans - Diverse
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DOJ Affirmative Action Investigation Unprecedented, Experts Say

by | November 26, 2017 News that the Department of Justice has threatened to sue Harvard University if it fails to tur Read more

College Counselors Share Best Practices for Treating Mental Health of Diverse Students

by Jeremy House | November 15, 2017
More than ever, American college and university students are seeking counseling and other menta [...] 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

Guillermo: Asian American Professors Speak on Suit Against U. of Michigan

by Emil Guillermo | March 19, 2017
What is the situation like for professors of color at major universities, particularly the ones [...] Read more

Report: Asian-American Wealth Inequality Gap Widening

by Lydia Lum | December 29, 2016
Wealth among Asian Americans is so highly concentrated among those at the top of the socioecono [...] Read more

Grad Student Held in Stabbing Death of USC Professor Bosco Tjan

by Emil Guillermo | December 4, 2016
The University of Southern California will mourn the loss of professor Bosco Tjan in a special [...] Read more

Report: Housing, Food Insecurities on Rise for Community College Students

by Jamal Eric Watson |
Food and housing insecurities continue to be a major issue for community college students acros [...] Read more

Guillermo: Asian American Info Available, But Fox News Plays Dumb

by Emil Guillermo | October 9, 2016
Political polls usually include assessments of African Americans and Latinos. But when it comes [...] Read more

Asian-Americans Packing On Political Muscle

by Lydia Lum | May 21, 2015
The Asian-American population will grow 74 percent by 2040, but the number of this racial group [...] Read more

Yuri Kochiyama, Human Rights Advocate and Malcom X Ally, Dies

by Lydia Lum | June 4, 2014
She is perhaps most known for cradling Malcolm X’s head in her lap as he died from gunshot wo [...] Read more

A Model Minority? A National Look at Asian-Americans and Endowed Professors of Education

by Nicholas D. Hartlep | May 20, 2014
What would a critical look at endowed professors in colleges of education reveal? [...] Read more

From Classroom to Community, Professor Advocates for Social Justice

by Pearl Stewart | May 11, 2014
Dr. Matthew Lee of James Madison University heads the Cultural and Racial Diversity Studies Lab [...] Read more

Study: Asian Americans Gaining Equity Ground with AANAPISI Designation

by Jamal E. Mazyck | April 29, 2014
The report finds that minorities already enrolled in post-secondary education need services and [...] Read more