Diverse Hiring - Higher Education
by Jamaal Abdul-Alim

Maricopa Community Colleges seeks to usher in a new system that will change the way the school system compensates, recognizes and rewards its employees.

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by Associated Press

SAN ANTONIO — The president of the University of Texas-San Antonio has resigned with an apology for embracing women in a manner that made them uncomfortable. President Ricardo Romo had been placed on administrative leave by University of Texas System Chancellor Bill McRaven last month. Romo had previously said he would clear his name. His […]

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by Jamal Eric Watson

Amos Jones cites “silent treatment,” tabling of tenure application, and sudden notice of non-appointment after written request for inquiry into racially explicit evaluations.

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by David Pluviose

The Service Employees International Union is criticizing Duke University’s administration, following a vote to unionize Duke graduate students on Friday, alleging obstruction by Duke.

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"One of the strengths of Arkansas State University-Beebe Student Support Services is its commitment to professional development that begins as soon as a staff person is hired. As the vice chancellor, I personally conduct additional orientation ..."

Dr. Deborah Garrett
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs

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JOHN MICHAEL LEE, JR., has been named vice chancellor for university advancement at Elizabeth City State University. He was vice president for the Office of Access and Success at the Association for Public and Land-grant-Universities. He earned a bachelor’s from Florida A&M Univeristy, a master’s from Georgia State University and a doctorate from New York University.

STEVEN R. DISALVO, president of Saint Anselm College in Manchester, N.H., has been appointed chair of the Committee on Student Aid of the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (NAICU). DiSalvo completed a doctorate in educational leadership at Fordham University where he also earned an M.B.A. in marketing and bachelor’s in psychology.

DEBORAH PRENTICE has been named provost at Princeton University. She is the Alexander Stewart 1886 Professor of Psychology and Public Affairs and dean of the faculty at Princeton. Prentice earned a bachelor’s from Stanford University and a doctorate from Yale University.

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