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Consortium Creates a Community for Minorities, Women in Cybersecurity

by | August 17, 2018
Recognizing the need to increase and retain the number of people of color and women in cybersec [...] Read more

Scholars Remember the “Queen of Soul” Aretha Franklin

by | August 16, 2018
The academic world took to social media and other venues yesterday to remember a legendary arti [...] Read more

For Many, HBCU Mergers and Closures Are Not an Option

by Reginald Stuart | August 15, 2018
As colleges and universities celebrate the beginning of another school year filled with promise [...] Read more

Increasing Diversity on HBCU Campuses Often Leaves Blacks in Minority

by | August 14, 2018
In many cases, African-American students have ceased being a majority at HBCUs. At some, they a [...] Read more

Spelman Expands its Admissions Policy to Include Trans Students

by | August 13, 2018
All eyes will be on Spelman College as it joins the ranks of all-women’s colleges that offici [...] Read more

Duke Among Universities Increasing Number of Women Deans

by | August 10, 2018
The number of women in leadership positions at Duke University will increase this fall after it [...] Read more

Building Student Satisfaction, Presidents Move in, Dine in and Workout

by | August 9, 2018
College presidents around the country are gearing up to welcome their students to campus in inn [...] Read more

New Research Center at Prairie View A&M Focuses on Marginalized Communities

by | August 8, 2018
Dr. Fred A. Bonner II is on a mission to dispel the notion that “good scholarship” — part [...] Read more

Diversity Officers Grapple with Efforts to Professionalize Role

by | August 7, 2018
Concerns about the legitimacy of the institutional chief diversity officer (CDO) have frequentl [...] Read more

Textbook Costs Drop as Nearly Half of Colleges Use OpenStax

by | August 6, 2018
OpenStax, an online digital-resource service created by Rice University in 2012, has surpassed [...] Read more

NDNU a Place to ‘Do Good and Do Well’ for Bay Area Students

by | August 3, 2018
Notre Dame de Namur in Belmont, Calif. is often ranked among the most diverse higher education [...] Read more

HBCUs and PBIs Usher in New Era of Cybersecurity

by | August 2, 2018
As a high demand for skilled laborers in cybersecurity and information technology continues – [...] Read more

Academic Uses Technology to Close the Achievement Gap

by | August 1, 2018
After Dr. Antonio Pérez steps down from his position as president of Borough of Manhattan Comm [...] Read more

Jean Zu: Pushing Stevens to National Prominence

by Walter Hudson | July 31, 2018
Dr. Jean Zu has her sights on working to increase the number of international undergraduate stu [...] Read more

Program Aims to Improve Law Enforcement and Community Relations

by | July 30, 2018
Three universities are supporting Game Changer, a program created to bring community members, l [...] Read more