Posts tagged: PWIs - Diverse

Sisters, Other-Mothers and Aunties: The Importance of Informal Mentors for Black Women Graduate Students at Predominantly White Institutions

by Torrie A. Cropps & Levon T. Esters | July 10, 2018 Mentoring is paramount to the success of Black women pursuing graduate degrees. Unfortunately, Read more

He Said, He Said: Black Male Cross-Generational Conversations on Perspective, Place and Positionality

by | June 30, 2018
What began as an informal chat between college faculty member and undergraduate student morphed [...] Read more

PWIs and HBCUs Need to Create Partnerships, Not Competition

by Brandon C.M. Allen and Levon T. Esters | June 15, 2018
Collaborative efforts between predominantly White institutions and historically Black colleges [...] Read more

Writing Groups as Counterspaces for Black Women Graduate Students at PWIs

by Torrie A. Cropps | June 2, 2018
It is no secret that Black women graduate students are severely underrepresented at Predominant [...] Read more

Predominantly White Institutions, Black Women Grad Students and a Sense of Belonging

by Torrie A. Cropps | May 1, 2018
While predominantly White institutions should make deliberate efforts to address issues of a la [...] Read more

Lessons From Starbucks’ Imperfect Response to Systemic Racism

by Chayla Haynes Davison and Lori Patton Davis | April 22, 2018
During our recent time at the American Educational Research Association Conference in New York [...] Read more

Uplifting HBCUs As Models of Student Success

by Brandon C.M. Allen and Levon T. Esters | March 26, 2018
To help counter the false narrative that often is bestowed upon historically Black colleges and [...] Read more

As Educators at PWIs, Are We Doing Enough for Students of Color?

by Errick D. Farmer and Adriel A. Hilton | October 12, 2017
Researchers reveal it is not uncommon for students of color, particularly African-American stud [...] Read more

Tradition of Exclusion at PWIs Harmful for Diversity

by Autumn A. Arnett | November 30, 2015
The success that HBCUs, tribal colleges, Hispanic-Serving Institutions and other minority-servi [...] Read more