Sarah Wood - Higher Education


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Sarah Wood
Sarah Wood is a staff writer at Diverse: Issues In Higher Education. She previously was a summer reporting intern at Diverse. A recent graduate of Elon University, Sarah earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism and international studies.


San Diego Mesa College and Other Institutions Implements Model to Address Equity Gaps

by | March 11, 2021
Looking to address equity issues on campus, San Diego Mesa College sought out advice and expert [...] Read more

ESA Foundation Partnership Aims to Increase the Number of Females in the Technology Field

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With the goal of diversifying the technology workforce, the ESA Foundation has collaborated wit [...] Read more

Stacey Abrams Headlines First Day of NADOHE Conference

by | March 10, 2021
Stacey Abrams was the opening keynote speaker at Wednesday's virtual convening of the National [...] Read more

Study Analyzes Motivations of Female Candidates Seeking Graduate Management Education

by | March 9, 2021
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, 60% of graduate management education programs experienced a rise [...] Read more

Summit Aims to Support Black Male Student Success

by | March 5, 2021
Hundreds of higher education leaders and students gathered at the African American Male Educati [...] Read more

MACH-III Receives Almost $1.5M to Strengthen STEM Teacher Pipeline

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To increase the number of Black male science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) te [...] Read more

Webinar Series Looks to Prepare HBCUs for Future Crises

by | March 4, 2021
To provide resources and advice in navigating both current and future crises, the HBCU Emergenc [...] Read more

Community College Leaders Strategize Solutions to Student Success Barriers

by | March 2, 2021
As the challenges—enrollment, limited technology access, food and housing insecurities—pers [...] Read more

MACH-III Center at PVAMU Changes Spaces, Establishes Science Innovation Lab

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To further develop multidisciplinary research and establish a Science Innovation Lab, the Minor [...] Read more

Howard University School of Business Receives $4.9M Gift

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Through a $4.9 million donation from Warner Music Group/Blavatnik Family Foundation Social Just [...] Read more

Under New Leadership, AAHHE Aims to Increase Partnerships and Expand Programming

by | March 1, 2021
As the American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education (AAHHE) commences their virtual co [...] Read more

Study Analyzes Infrastructure Needs of HBCUs, TCUs and HSIs

by | February 25, 2021
A new survey revealed that meeting basic infrastructure needs and increasing opportunities for [...] Read more

Segregation on the Rise? Report Highlights Increasing Racial Stratification Among K-12 Students

by | February 24, 2021
The Civil Rights Project’s recent report, “Black Segregation Matters: School Resegregation [...] Read more

XULA’s Reestablished Baseball Program Plays First Intercollegiate Game in Over 60 Years

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Over the years, many historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) have eliminated their [...] Read more

Smithsonian Latino Center Receives $2.1 Million Mellon Foundation Grant

by | February 23, 2021
Using a new $2.1 million grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Smithsonian Latino Cen [...] Read more