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Faculty Institutional Decision-Making Power Drops, Yet Departmental Power Rises

by | July 29, 2021 In recent decades, faculty influence increased over departmental and programmatic choices, yet Read more

Meet the Undergraduate Working to Keep Students in Haiti in School

by | July 28, 2021
A rising senior at Earlham College is trying to keep Haitians in high school amid violence in t [...] Read more

Clark Atlanta University Partners with One Million Black Businesses

by | July 27, 2021
Clark Atlanta University recently signed an agreement to connect at least 1,000 entrepreneurs w [...] Read more

Ohio State University Survey Finds Student Anxiety, Depression, and Burnout On the Rise

by | July 26, 2021
According to a recently released survey from Ohio State University's Office of the Chief Wellne [...] Read more

Opinions Still Split on Police Academies at HBCUs

by | July 23, 2021
A merger of these two seemingly disparate institutions— policing and HBCUs— has raised the [...] Read more

As Fall Semester Approaches, Institutions Struggle to Address Student Mental Health Concerns

by | July 22, 2021
With the pandemic still in full swing and the student mental health crisis continuing to worsen [...] Read more

Princeton’s Office of Finance Appoints Minority-Owned Asset Management Firm. Will Others Follow Suit?

by | July 21, 2021
Princeton University’s Office of Finance and Treasury signaled its commitment to working with [...] Read more

National Urban League Calls for Post-COVID Racial Equity in Latest Report

by | July 20, 2021
While many talk of wanting a return to normal after COVID-19, the National Urban League (NUL), [...] Read more

College Students and Scholars Concerned with DACA in Limbo, Again

by Rebecca Kelliher and Walter Hudson | July 19, 2021
With a federal judge in Texas ruling on Friday against the Obama-initiated program protecting y [...] Read more

Class Assignment Transforms Into Book on Unjust City Planning for Texas Grad Student

by | July 16, 2021
Southern Methodist University (SMU) graduate student Collin Yarbrough has used Dallas’ Centra [...] Read more

DOIT Pillar III: Cultivating Diverse, Equitable and Inclusive Institutional Climates With Intentionality

by Lois Elfman | July 15, 2021
Research about university performance regarding diversity and climate matters is ongoing. Howev [...] Read more

New Approaches To STEM Engage Traditionally Underrepresented Students

by Lois Elfman | July 13, 2021
When Dr. Felesia Stukes joined the faculty at Johnson C. Smith University (JCSU) in 2017, she w [...] Read more

Six Months Later, MacKenzie Scott’s Gifts Are Already Making an Impact

by | July 12, 2021
With the freedom of no-strings attached, HBCUs are planning to use MacKenzie Scott's philanthro [...] Read more

Howard University Will No Longer Have Faculty, Student, Alumni Trustees. Is That Normal? 

by | July 9, 2021
Howard University is in the midst of “an emerging, heated, family squabble.” That’s acco [...] Read more

Community College Student Housing Needs Heightened Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

by | July 8, 2021
Student housing at community colleges is somewhat rare — only 28% of community colleges in Am [...] Read more
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