Black Issues - Higher Education
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Georgetown’s Jackson ‘Jazzed’ About History

by | May 1, 2019 As a historian who happens to have an a­ffinity for jazz, Dr. Maurice Jackson of Georgetown Un [...] Read more

Research Encourages More Support for Black and Hispanic Male Educational Attainment

by | April 23, 2019
There are opportunities for educators and policymakers to improve African-American and Hispanic [...] Read more

Defining Political Progress

by | April 8, 2019
One of the things I love most about writing for Diverse is that it provides an opportunity for [...] Read more

Scholar Builds New Department at Columbia University

by Melanie Eversley | March 18, 2019
Dr. Farah Griffin, is wearing two hats as the inaugural chair of Columbia’s new African-Ameri [...] Read more

New Book Challenges Bad Stats

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | March 15, 2019
If you’re in the habit of spewing negative statistics about the education of Black students i [...] Read more

Summit Empowers Black and Latino Men in College

by | March 10, 2019
Now in its 13th year, the annual Black, Brown & College Bound Summit has become one of the nati [...] Read more

UNCF Issues First Ever State of HBCUs Address, Launches HBCU Congressional Honor Roll

by | March 5, 2019
Institutional leaders, elected officials, advocates and other supporters of the nation’s his [...] Read more

One Size Does Not Fit All: Bennett’s Accreditation Problem

by Crystal R. Sanders | February 28, 2019
One size does not fit all, and the Bennett College story proves it. A recent study found that B [...] Read more

Johnnetta Cole, Jafari Allen: HBCUs Are Needed And Relevant

by Melanie Eversley |
Two of the nation’s foremost Black academics and experts on historically Black colleges and u [...] Read more

The Perception of Diversity at HBCUs: Is It Real or Imaginable?

by Marcus A. Chanay and Adriel A. Hilton | February 27, 2019
The landscape of education has changed greatly in the last 10 years. In the wake of soaring col [...] Read more

IIE Summit Highlights the Importance of Study Abroad

by Melanie Eversley | February 20, 2019
Against a backdrop of young people who communicate in fewer words and more pictures, and with y [...] Read more

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
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