Asian American Issues - Higher Education
Asian Higher Education Leaders Offer Advice to Break the Bamboo Ceiling

Asian Higher Education Leaders Offer Advice to Break the Bamboo Ceiling

by Samantha Cleaver | May 5, 2008
When Dr. Ratna Naik was offered the job of dean of physics at Wayne State University, she was r [...] Read more

Asian Americans Largely Ignored by Presidential Candidates, Political Scientists Say

by Lydia Lum | April 23, 2008
Despite feverish efforts by presidential candidates to grab voters’ attention, they, along wi [...] Read more

UCLA Scholars Receive Research Award for Study of Asian Students

by Diverse Staff | April 17, 2008
The authors of the largest compilation and analysis of data on Asian American college students [...] Read more
Perspectives: Knowledge, Authority and Hmong Invisibility

Perspectives: Knowledge, Authority and Hmong Invisibility

by Dia Cha, Chia Youyee Vang and others | March 13, 2008
A professor’s comments about Hmong Americans a year ago were controversial, but it was and is [...] Read more
CU Chancellor, Student Editors Apologize for Column on Asians

CU Chancellor, Student Editors Apologize for Column on Asians

by Associated Press | February 22, 2008
BOULDER Colo. The chancellor of the University of Colorado’s Boulder campus has apologize [...] Read more

Asian American Studies: A Harvard Aspiration

by Michelle J. Nealy | December 20, 2007
During the 1980s, Asian American students at Harvard University staged a noisy protest petition [...] Read more
University of California Tries to Better Understand Asian Students

University of California Tries to Better Understand Asian Students

by Diverse staff | November 18, 2007
The University of California is expanding the categories undergraduate applicants use to self-r [...] Read more

Investing in Asian American Women Through Education

by Molly Nance | October 26, 2007
For promoting education among Asian American women and other accomplishments, Wendy Cai recentl [...] Read more
Study Notes College-access Barriers Faced By Asian American Students

Study Notes College-access Barriers Faced By Asian American Students

by Add Seymour, Jr. | October 11, 2007
Despite the pervasive “model-minority” myth of overachieving Asian Americans easily getting [...] Read more

Asianisation of Campus Fellowships

by Lydia Lum | October 3, 2007
Students flock to university Christian groups to find solidarity and acceptance, say educator [...] Read more

Asian and Pacific Islander Students in California Say ‘Count Us Correctly’

by Margaret Kamara | August 23, 2007
When Christine Santos arrived at the University of California, Los Angeles from Guam in the fal [...] Read more

Educational Challenges of Some Asian Students Being Overlooked, Says GOA Report

by Margaret Kamara | July 30, 2007
The perception of Asian American and Pacific Islanders as the “model minority” because of t [...] Read more
Lawyer: Duke Cheating Case Hit Asian Students Hardest

Lawyer: Duke Cheating Case Hit Asian Students Hardest

by Associated Press | May 22, 2007
DURHAM, N.C. Asian students involved in a cheating scandal at the Duke University business sch [...] Read more
Asian Panel Debunks “Model Minority” Myth

Asian Panel Debunks “Model Minority” Myth

by Margaret Kamara | May 10, 2007
When early news reports about the Virginia Tech shootings indicated the alleged perpetrator was [...] Read more
Asian Americans Urge Not to Stereotype Community

Asian Americans Urge Not to Stereotype Community

by Shilpa Banerji | April 20, 2007
Asian-American community members are fearful of a backlash given the recent events at Virginia [...] Read more