Women - Higher Education

Acclaimed Author Paule Marshall Remembered By Scholars

by | August 16, 2019 Acclaimed author Paule Marshall, whose writings often reflected on her own heritage, the comple [...] Read more

Advocacy and New AMA Presidency Define Harris’ Career in Psychiatry

by | August 15, 2019
Rather than getting career inspiration from her family and friends, Dr. Patrice Harris’ inter [...] Read more

Nonprofit to Implement Global Education Program for Girls

by | August 14, 2019
Plan International USA, a non-profit organization focused on ending poverty, recently received [...] Read more

University of Idaho Names First Female Athletic Director

by | August 9, 2019
The University of Idaho has announced Terry Gawlik as its first female athletic director, accor [...] Read more

Young HBCU Leaders Look to Carry the Torch

by | July 14, 2019
Higher education observers consistently note that a number of HBCU presidents will be stepping [...] Read more

Sisters of the Academy: A ‘Hidden Gem’ for Black Women in Higher Education

by | July 11, 2019
Nearly 20 years ago at Florida State University, a tight-knit group of Black women doctoral stu [...] Read more

What Beyoncé Can Teach Us About Race, Identity and Social Justice

by Lynn Hampton |
In higher education, we talk a lot about diversity, but all too often students, faculty and sta [...] Read more

Policy Research: College Promise Programs Are Excluding Student Parents

by Pearl Stewart | June 27, 2019
Twenty percent of college students in the United States are raising children, yet the much-tout [...] Read more

Pioneering PBI-HSI President Discusses Priorities

by | June 17, 2019
Setting priorities and a strategic plan, developing campuswide buy-in and telling Bloomfield Co [...] Read more

Study Finds Women Undergrads in STEM Facing “Chilly” Campus Climate

by Pearl Stewart | June 12, 2019
Research published this month found that as women students remain underrepresented in science, [...] Read more

The ‘Weaker Sex’? #FACTS

by | June 5, 2019
As my last blog post, I want to leave you with a challenge – a challenge that, in the spirit [...] Read more

Report: Education is Key Factor in Gender Bias Among Women in Politics

by | April 17, 2019
As campaign season for the 2020 presidency begins with more women competing for the nomination [...] Read more

On Our Path, Me and My Libby

by Aja Y. Martinez | April 15, 2019
I was 18 and a first-year student in college when I found out I was pregnant. I was 19 and just [...] Read more

‘I Just Said That!’

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Have you ever had that moment when you were in a meeting and proposed an idea for consideration [...] Read more

Women’s History Month Special: Changing Our Approach To ‘The Change’

by | March 26, 2019
Coincidentally, at the beginning of March and Women’s History Month, I started going through [...] Read more
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