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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

Two Nonprofits That Help Low-Income Students Are Merging

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College Access Now, a Seattle-based, regionally focused nonprofit, will become a part of Colleg [...] Read more

Three Houston Universities Receive Grant to Boost Minority STEM Faculty

by Pearl Stewart | August 15, 2019
For Dr. Yvette Pearson, an associate dean in Rice University’s Brown School of Engineering, t [...] 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

Experts Share Tips For the College Transition

by | August 13, 2019
Transitioning to college can be scary. Students often leave behind their familiar surroundings [...] Read more

Pitt Urban Education Forum Explores Disrupting School-to-Prison Pipeline

by | August 12, 2019
Using education and activism to disrupt the school-to-prison pipeline is an ongoing battle that [...] Read more

Howard Professor and Surgeon Promotes Minority Organ Donation

by Lois Elfman | August 9, 2019
Since the early 1980s, when transplant surgeon Dr. Clive Callender began addressing the issues [...] Read more

A Long, Tough Road from Foster Care to Ph.D. Studies

by Pearl Stewart | August 8, 2019
Cliches such as “the odds were against her” don’t come close to telling Tyleen Caffrey’ [...] Read more

Sharp International Student Decline Costs US, Study Finds

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There has been a steady decline in international students studying in the United States over th [...] Read more

Business Schools Want to Do More to End Poverty Globally

by | August 7, 2019
There’s a gap between the role business schools think they could play in alleviating global p [...] Read more

University of Richmond Group Formed to Discuss Race, Social Issues

by | August 6, 2019
After the events of the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville in 2017, members from the Univ [...] Read more

Review Finds Promise in ACUE Course on Faculty Teaching

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While professors spend years learning how to do their research, they’re rarely taught how to [...] Read more

Colleges Vie for Resources to Address STEM Disparities

by Janet Kline | August 2, 2019
In an era of scarce resources, colleges and universities are increasingly turning to big donors [...] Read more

HACU Presidential Leadership Academy Announces Inaugural Fellows

by | August 1, 2019
The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities has announced 24 new fellows, the first c [...] Read more

Diversity Low in Higher Education IT Field, Study Finds

by | July 31, 2019
New research by the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources (CUPA-H [...] Read more
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