Black Issues - Higher Education
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Berea College and the Father of Black History

by | February 15, 2019 Preeminent scholar Dr. Carter G. Woodson has been dubbed “the father of Black history” and [...] Read more

She’s Not Just Digging for Digging’s Sake

by Pearl Stewart | February 14, 2019
The “idea of materiality” intrigues Dr. Whitney Battle-Baptiste as do current issues of rac [...] Read more

The Fallacy of NOT Seeing Race

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Over the last two weeks I’ve listened to friends, pundits and scholars debate the implication [...] Read more

Base 11 Awards Morgan State With $1.6M Grant for Student Rocketry Team

by | February 12, 2019
Nonprofit organization Base 11 has announced it has given Morgan State University a three-year, [...] Read more

‘Black Men in White Coats’ Inspires the Next Generation of Black Male Clinicians

by | February 11, 2019
When a 2013 report from the Association of American Medical Colleges revealed that more Black m [...] Read more

‘We Will Be Watching’ – Algorithms And African-American Life

by William F. Tate | February 6, 2019
During my senior year in high school I developed an interest in pursuing a major related to sci [...] Read more

Xavier University to Develop Curatorial Practice and Exhibition Management Program

by | January 23, 2019
With the support of a recent Helis Foundation grant, Xavier University of Louisiana (XULA) will [...] Read more

Report: Stereotypes in College STEM Classes Harm Black and Asian Students

by | January 16, 2019
A recent study funded by the National Science Foundation found that Black and Asian undergradua [...] Read more

A Revived “North Star” Emerges

by Pearl Stewart | January 14, 2019
Beginning next month, an updated North Star, founded by activist journalist Shaun King and edit [...] Read more

HBCU Chaplains Evolve to Meet the Spiritual Needs of their Students

by | December 28, 2018
For years, HBCU chaplains have played a critical role in nourishing students from entry to exit [...] Read more

Solange, Black Women & Politics

by Joseph L. Jones | December 17, 2018
Several years ago, when my political science colleagues and I were revising our curriculum, I m [...] Read more

CGS Meeting Hears Sobering Report on Black Student Access

by | December 6, 2018
Institutional racism, White supremacy and anti-Black attitudes fuel underrepresentation of Bla [...] Read more

New Appointment Fuels Diversity Momentum at Weill Cornell Medicine

by | November 30, 2018
Medicine is among the least diverse academic areas in higher education, and Weill Cornell Medic [...] Read more

NSSE Survey Reveals Key Insights on Students’ Career Preparation

by | November 29, 2018
With new questions about career preparation and purpose, this year’s National Survey of Stude [...] Read more

Federal Policy Priorities Outlined at National Action Network Conference

by | November 13, 2018
Voting rights, health care, economic uplift and criminal justice reform are key legislative pol [...] Read more
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