Liann Herder - Higher Education


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Liann Herder is a 2021 graduate from Columbia's Graduate School of Journalism. She worked for six years in the field of education, teaching middle school theater and debate at a public school in Texas, then working as an administrator at a private school in Brooklyn, New York. She graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a BA in 2009.


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Community College Student Housing Needs Heightened Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

by | July 8, 2021
Student housing at community colleges is somewhat rare — only 28% of community colleges in Am [...] Read more

The American Indian College Fund Takes On Computer Science

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Native Americans are historically underrepresented in the field of computer science, but a gran [...] Read more

Stagnation in Diversification: The 2020 Olympics

by | July 7, 2021
Tokyo’s 2020 Olympics, delayed last year due to COVID-19, will finally begin on July 23. When [...] Read more

Actor Denzel Washington Continues Philanthropic Support to Wiley College

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Academy Award winner Denzel Washington is continuing his legacy of philanthropy to Wiley Colleg [...] Read more

Will Free Community College Hurt HBCU Enrollment?

by | July 2, 2021
Some conservatives have been quick to point to the price tag of Biden's American Families Plan, [...] Read more

Dr. Pamela Payne-Foster Leads the Way in Community Connection

by | July 1, 2021
Dr. Pamela Payne-Foster Foster is a public health physician and professor of community medicine [...] Read more

Howard University Names Dr. Cynthia Evers Vice President of Student Affairs

by | June 30, 2021
Dr. Cynthia Evers has been appointed vice president of student affairs at Howard University. Ev [...] Read more

Felician University Announces Sixth President

by | June 29, 2021
James W. Crawford III has been officially named Felician University’s sixth president. Crawfo [...] Read more

Brookings Institution Finds Ending Student Debt Could Lessen Racial Wealth Gap

by | June 28, 2021
Debt relief should be assessed by wealth instead of income, and there is a direct relationship [...] Read more

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute President to Step Down Next Year

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The first Black woman president of a top-ranked research university is stepping down after more [...] Read more

Tyton Partners Study the Gap Between Dreaming of Equity and Achieving Equity

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Tyton Partners have released their annual update for three reports: “Hitting their Stride [...] Read more

Lifting As We Climb: Ohio State University Celebrate Pioneers with First Hall of Fame Induction

by | June 24, 2021
The OSU 34, as they have come to be known, are now being honored with eleven others this week a [...] Read more

Online Instruction Did Not Make Things Easier for Disabled Students

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Online education has the guise of accessibility. When COVID-19 pushed the world of higher educa [...] Read more

Nikole Hannah-Jones Tells UNC She Won’t Teach Without Tenure

by | June 23, 2021
Lawyers for Nikole Hannah-Jones sent a letter to the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill i [...] Read more

APLU Panel Explores LGBTQ+ Issues on Campus

by | June 22, 2021
The Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities (APLU) hosted a panel on Tuesday that inc [...] Read more
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