Women - Higher Education

Why Colleges Must Fight the Wage Gap

by Elizabeth Todd Byron | March 15, 2018
The saying goes, “You should never wake a sleeping baby.” Today, the average wage gap betwe [...] Read more
Professor Apologizes for Fiery Response to Muslim Student

Professor Apologizes for Fiery Response to Muslim Student

by Dan Sewell, Associated Press | November 2, 2017
CINCINNATI — A University of Cincinnati music teacher has apologized for his fiery online res [...] Read more
Garnett Stokes Becomes University of New Mexico’s 1st Female President

Garnett Stokes Becomes University of New Mexico’s 1st Female President

by Associated Press |
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The University of New Mexico Board of Regents made history Thursday as it [...] Read more
Norwich University Denies Negligence Prior to Reported Sex Assault

Norwich University Denies Negligence Prior to Reported Sex Assault

by Associated Press | November 1, 2017
NORTHFIELD, Vt. — A private military college in Vermont is denying a student’s claim that i [...] Read more

3 Dartmouth Professors investigated for Sexual Misconduct

by | October 31, 2017
The New Hampshire Department of Justice on Tuesday announced an investigation of alleged sexual [...] Read more
Notre Dame Ends Free Contraceptive Coverage for Employees

Notre Dame Ends Free Contraceptive Coverage for Employees

by Associated Press |
SOUTH BEND, Ind. — The University of Notre Dame is ending no-cost contraceptive coverage for [...] Read more
Professor Investigated for Sharp Responses to Muslim Student

Professor Investigated for Sharp Responses to Muslim Student

by Associated Press |
CINCINNATI — The University of Cincinnati is reviewing a music professor’s sharp responses [...] Read more
Iowa State Faces Lawsuit Over Sexual Assault Policies

Iowa State Faces Lawsuit Over Sexual Assault Policies

by Associated Press | October 26, 2017
DES MOINES, Iowa — A former Iowa State University administrator is suing the school, saying i [...] Read more
Lawsuit Challenges DeVos’ Guidance on Campus Sexual Assault

Lawsuit Challenges DeVos’ Guidance on Campus Sexual Assault

by Collin Binkley, Associated Press | October 19, 2017
BOSTON —A national women’s rights group is challenging Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’ n [...] Read more
Community Criticizes University of Memphis in Wake of Sexual Assaults

Community Criticizes University of Memphis in Wake of Sexual Assaults

by Associated Press |
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — In the wake of two reported off-campus rapes involving students at the Unive [...] Read more
Wing Finds Failure Just a Marker Along Route to Success

Wing Finds Failure Just a Marker Along Route to Success

by | October 18, 2017
Kelisa Wing is the assistant principal at West Point Elementary School in New York, but she rem [...] Read more
Landry Leans on Experience to Lead ACE

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
Lawmaker: Kennesaw State Mascot Wrong to Rally for Kneeling Cheerleaders

Lawmaker: Kennesaw State Mascot Wrong to Rally for Kneeling Cheerleaders

by Associated Press |
KENNESAW, Ga. —  The student who wears the owl mascot costume at a Georgia public university [...] Read more
University of Washington Feels Like ‘Home’ for President Cauce

University of Washington Feels Like ‘Home’ for President Cauce

by Joseph Hong | October 12, 2017
During her time as president of the University of Washington, Dr. Ana Mari Cauce has been vocal [...] Read more
N.C. State Reaches Settlement With Student Over Support Cat

N.C. State Reaches Settlement With Student Over Support Cat

by Associated Press |
RALEIGH, N.C. — A university in North Carolina has reached a settlement to allow a student to [...] Read more