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2021 Emerging Scholars: Dr. Eric L. Piza

by Lois Elfman | January 22, 2021 As public safety and community well-being come under scrutiny, the scholarship of Dr. Eric L. P Read more

Time for Anti-Racism: A Way Forward for America and Higher Education

by Patrice Rankine | January 21, 2021
 Anti-racism seems to have found its moment, although Classical Studies in specific has some h [...] Read more

What You Can Do to Recruit and Retain Diverse Faculty and Staff During COVID-19

  Recruiting and retaining a diverse faculty and staff is an ongoing challenge that’s de [...] Read more

Diverse: Issues In Higher Education highlights 25 outstanding women during Women’s History Month.

| January 20, 2021
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Maya Minter Phone: 703.385.2411 Email: [...] Read more

Women in Sports Leadership: A Q&A with Dr. Dana Hollie

by Diverse Staff |
A Q&A with Dr. Dana Hollie, the Faculty Athletic Representative at the University of Toledo. [...] Read more

Scholars Reflect on HBCU Graduates Ascending into High Government Roles

by Sara Weissman and Sarah Wood | January 19, 2021
As President-elect Joe Biden prepares to enter the White House, he’s joined by an influx of a [...] Read more

Study: COVID-19 Plus the Recession is Leading to Decreased Enrollment

by Lois Elfman |
Low-income students are particularly hard hit as people cancel or reduce postsecondary plans. A [...] Read more

Accessibility Services and Moving Towards Universal Design

by Florence Ashley |
I wonder if we who are nondisabled teachers have become so desensitized to the realities of dis [...] Read more


KERRI-ANN M. SMITH has been named the Inaugural Faculty Fellow for Diversity, Equity, and Inclu [...] Read more


ROWENA ORTIZ-WALTERS has been named dean of the Greehey School of Business at St. Mary’s Univ [...] Read more


KATHLEEN CORNELY has been appointed the Robert H. Walsh ’39 Endowed Professor in Chemistry an [...] Read more

Higher Ed Institutions Work to Bring Students Back to Campus as COVID-19 Vaccines Roll Out

by Autumn Arnett | January 18, 2021
As the Pfizer vaccine for COVID-19 begins to roll out to states, many in the higher ed sector a [...] Read more

Emerging Scholars 2021

| January 15, 2021
Emerging Scholars 2021 [...] Read more

Study: Masks, Distancing and Routine Testing Can Prevent 96% of COVID-19 Infections on College Campuses

by Lois Elfman | January 14, 2021
As higher education works to navigate the pandemic, a study notes that COVID-19 prevention stra [...] Read more

Why You Should Post Your COVID Vaccine on Social Media

by Brittany Ladson |
“If you don’t post your COVID vaccine on social media, do you even form antibodies?” was [...] Read more
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