Tiffany Pennamon - Higher Education
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Tiffany Pennamon
Tiffany Pennamon is a graduate of Spelman College and Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism. A native of Atlanta, she is a staff writer. Tiffany has reporting and editing experience, having worked at the Atlanta Tribune, and Rolling Out. During her undergraduate years at Spelman, she was an editor with The Maroon Tiger newspaper.


Landry Leans on Experience to Lead ACE

by | October 17, 2017
American College of Education (ACE) president and interim provost Dr. Shawntel Landry leads a n [...] Read more

OSU Professor Recognized in Historic South Carolina Calendar

by | October 16, 2017
After receiving the widely circulated calendar recognizing distinguished African-Americans from [...] Read more

Experts: Time for Plan to Aid Underserved Students

by | October 10, 2017
A report released last month by American College Testing showed that only nine percent of under [...] Read more

Discussion of Affirmative Action Impact on Asian American Students Rolls On

by | October 3, 2017
In an Education Writers Association higher ed session Tuesday, key figures debated whether affi [...] Read more

Evaluation Tool Gives Writing Instructors a Helping Hand

by | September 27, 2017
A web-based evaluation tool is allowing writing instructors to spend more time improving studen [...] Read more

UCLA Course to Examine Race Through Lens of Black Horror Films, Literature

by | September 21, 2017
Tananarive Due is bringing a highly anticipated Get Out-inspired course to the University of Ca [...] Read more

Jesse Jackson Invokes History to Encourage Voter Participation

by | September 17, 2017
“Keep your eyes on the prize” was the message Reverend Jesse L. Jackson, Sr. delivered to a [...] Read more

AAC&U Issues College Grants to Promote Racial Healing

by | September 14, 2017
Hamline University is one of 10 colleges awarded a multi-year Truth, Racial Healing and Transfo [...] Read more

Conservative Professors: Where’s Our Inclusion on Campus?

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In the academy, liberal or far-left professors outnumber their ideologically opposite colleague [...] Read more

Haddon Helps Rutgers-Camden Bring Out the Best Across the Board

by | September 13, 2017
With a family history that ties her to four generations of educators and lawyers, Rutgers Unive [...] Read more

Another DeVos Commencement Invitation Meets Resistance

by | September 11, 2017
Days after University of Baltimore President Kurt L. Schmoke announced that U.S. Secretary of E [...] Read more

Upcoming Conference to Focus on Crisis in Education

by | September 10, 2017
Thousands are expected to gather in Cincinnati later this month for the annual meeting of ASALH [...] Read more

Runstedtler Thrives at Intersection of Race, History and Sports

by | September 6, 2017
Dr. Theresa Runstedtler has led Critical Race, Gender and Culture Studies Collaborative at Amer [...] Read more

Experts: True Equality for Women Still not a Reality

by | August 27, 2017
Despite 97 years of progress fighting for gender equality in political offices, in the workplac [...] Read more

Knoxville College Clings to Hope of ‘Rebirth’

by | August 22, 2017
After Knoxville College lost its accreditation in 1997, it has struggled financially, and enrol [...] Read more