Dynahlee Padilla - Higher Education


Atlanta Mayor Discusses Leadership Amid COVID-19

by | November 9, 2020
From election results to COVID-19 to systemic racism, and how to manage and lead amid these var [...] Read more

Hrabowski: Reversing Structural Racism at Higher Ed Institutions Starts with Equity

by | November 8, 2020
Scholars from The University of Maryland in Baltimore County (UMBC) recently wrote a piece on h [...] Read more

University of Florida Faculty File Grievance to Stay Remote for Spring 2021

by | November 6, 2020
Faculty at The University of Florida are demanding that they continue teaching remotely next sm [...] Read more

Georgetown Dismisses Allegation of Failing to Report Foreign Gifts

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A recently released report from U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos alleges that Georgetown [...] Read more

Summit Focuses Equity Lens on Student Parent Success

by | November 5, 2020
The experiences of student parents pursuing a college education amid the COVID-19 pandemic was [...] Read more

Yale Faculty Move to End Disciplinary Actions on Students Failing to Comply With COVID-19 Measures

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More than 100 faculty at the Yale School of Public Health signed an open letter — calling on [...] Read more

Joanie Mahoney Named President of SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry

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Joanie Mahoney has been named the next president of SUNY College of Environmental Science and F [...] Read more

$3M Grant for Big Bend Community College to Foster Latino Student Success

by | November 2, 2020
The Big Bend Community College in Moses Lake, Washington — a Hispanic-Serving Institutions (H [...] Read more

Dr. Brian Bridges Selected as New Jersey’s Next Secretary of Higher Education

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New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy has nominated Dr. Brian Bridges as the next Secretary of Higher Edu [...] Read more

Tapping the Youth Vote: Student Voting Efforts Continue Despite COVID-19

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While the COVID-19 pandemic has altered traditional get-out-the-vote efforts on college campuse [...] Read more

Activists Make Last Minute Effort to Turn Out College Students on Election Day

by | October 30, 2020
With over 66 million people already casting votes for the 2020 presidential election, there is [...] Read more

19 Universities Join The National Alliance for Inclusive & Diverse STEM Faculty

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About 19 universities in the U.S. have joined the third cohort of a program called, Aspire: The [...] Read more

Boise State University Unveils $1.1 Million Faculty Furlough Plan

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Boise State University, the state’s largest university, is meeting with administration and in [...] Read more

Bowdoin College Reverses Policy, Permitting Select Students to Stay on Campus Through Finals

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Bowdoin College reverses its previous policy for all on-campus students to move out. Instead, t [...] Read more

Former Liberty University President Sues School for Defamation and Breach of Contract

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Liberty University’s former president, Jerry Falwell Jr., resigned in August and is now suing [...] Read more