Posts tagged: NASPA - Diverse

Scholar-Practitioner’s Hope to Impart Change Comes Full Circle

by | April 15, 2018 Constanza “Connie” Cabello’s hope for implementing change has come full circle. A native Read more

From Practitioner to Doctoral Student: Five Prep Strategies

by | April 4, 2018
Depending on how long it has been since you were in the classroom, transitioning to graduate sc [...] Read more

The Risk of Displeasure: How to Write Without Permission

by | March 18, 2018
At the age of 13, the first Chicana Ph.D. I had ever met handed me The House on Mango Street by [...] Read more

First-Generation Students Celebrated in Nationwide Festivities

by | November 5, 2017
In an effort to showcase and empower first-generation students, the Council for Opportunity in [...] Read more

Julián Castro: Higher Ed Needs to ‘Step Up’ to Political Challenges

by Catherine Morris | March 14, 2017
Given the current climate, higher education leaders have a responsibility to speak up for the i [...] Read more

Expert: College Promise Programs must be ‘Sustainable’

by Catherine Morris | March 13, 2017
To succeed over the long term, promise programs “should be sustainable,” said Dr. Martha Ka [...] Read more

Student Affairs Pros See Cutbacks on Horizon

by Catherine Morris | March 12, 2017
In total, 36 states have projected deficits for the coming year and, historically, budget short [...] Read more

Experts Cite ‘Representative’ Role as Barrier to Diverse Faculty

by Catherine Morris | January 22, 2016
Panelist agree that substantive inclusion must be intentional and will not be achieved with a s [...] Read more