Lorelle L. Espinosa - Higher Education
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Lorelle L. Espinosa
Dr. Lorelle L. Espinosa, a Senior Analyst at Abt Associates, writes about the national imperative of building and sustaining a diverse STEM pipeline.


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The Mismatch Hypothesis Helps No One

by | January 5, 2011
A note to the reader: In this new year, diversifying the STEM fields has perhaps never been mor [...] Read more

Learning Assessment: A Paramount 21st Century Higher Education Issue

by | December 9, 2010
In early January, the Lumina Foundation for Education will be releasing its Degree Qualificatio [...] Read more

Institutional Adaptation for STEM Completion

by | November 22, 2010
In recent weeks the University of Southern California’s Center for Urban Education received d [...] Read more

Divided We Fall

by | November 3, 2010
Last week, the Campaign for College Opportunity (CCO) — a Los Angeles-based nonprofit that ha [...] Read more

An Initial Response to the National Academies Press Report

by | October 14, 2010
On Sept. 30, the National Academies Press released a much anticipated pre-publication copy of E [...] Read more

How Higher Education Should Receive STEM Students

by | September 28, 2010
The current national emphasis on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) educat [...] Read more

The Need for a National Goal

by | September 3, 2010
Last week I spoke with a columnist from Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education about my research, [...] Read more

STEM Diversity Without Borders

by | August 20, 2010
In terms of postsecondary degree completion, the science, technology, engineering, and mathemat [...] Read more

Community College is Just the Beginning

by | August 5, 2010
As an active participant in the national dialogue on science, technology, engineering, and math [...] Read more

Why a Focus on Minority Men Means a Focus on the Whole

by | July 23, 2010
As some may recall, an early blog post featured data and opinion on the state of science, techn [...] Read more

Where Is the Dialogue?

by | July 8, 2010
Last week, the National Science Foundation’s congressionally mandated advisory group on issue [...] Read more

The Choice To Advocate

by | June 25, 2010
A recent Chronicle of Higher Education ‘Advice’ column featured an anonymous faculty member [...] Read more

Law and Diversity

by | June 10, 2010
Over the last several decades, a rich history of social science inquiry on underrepresented gro [...] Read more

Regional Education Hubs for Innovative Practice

by | May 28, 2010
The national conversation on American science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) [...] Read more

A New Spotlight on Less Selective and Open Access Institutions

by | May 7, 2010
Recent passage of the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act was a major milestone in Ame [...] Read more
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