Winner of the 2002 Folio Award for best education publication in America, Diverse sets
the standard for reporting on diversity, access and opportunity for all in higher education. Because it provides relevant, credible news and information on higher education issues with a unique perspective, Diverse is the most widely read trade magazine for and about underrepresented groups in higher education. In fact, many minority higher education professionals refer to Diverse as the “top diversity news resource” in higher education.
The magazine’s regular features and columns give readers a unique and fresh insight into
the critical issues facing higher education and its impact on the following areas:
Because the editorial content is credible, relevant and unique to Diverse, our readers trust and rely on Diverse. When great value is attached to a publication’s editorial, that value is also passed on to the advertising messages found within that publication. This makes Diverse the perfect medium to communicate in and reach a unique, target audience.
In each issue, readers will find:
Editor’s Note – The editor’s reflections and commentary on the magazine’s features as it relates to the issues and trends of the day.
Spectrum – Profile on an individual in academia whose work with minority students or diversity efforts is pioneering. The column also includes news briefs and statistics.
Washington Update – News from Congress, the White House and the Department of Education on higher education policy and minority-serving institutions.
Noteworthy News – Timely news on diversity and access issues impacting higher education.
Community College Forum – A national platform for discussion about community colleges. The forum is sponsored in partnership with the National Institute for Staff and organizational Development (NISOD) at The University of Texas at Austin.
On the Move – Recent announcements regarding promotions, appointments, and who’s who and where in the higher education community.
Grants & Gifts – The latest news on grant awards and donor gifts to colleges and universities across the nation.
Last Word – Editorial “Op Ed” column and open forum reserved expressly for individuals to discuss issues in higher education, as well as issues affecting higher education.
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