Latino Issues - Higher Education

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Why I Won’t Give Up on My Fraternity

by | September 25, 2020 When I joined my fraternity, I knew I made a commitment for a lifetime and not only during the [...] Read more

Two Yale Faculty Named Among 100 Most Inspiring Hispanic/Latinx Scientists

by | September 23, 2020
Cell Mentor, an online professional resource for scientists created by Cell Press, just named t [...] Read more

Bellevue President Recognized for Advocacy Work

by | September 14, 2020
Bellevue President Dr. Mary Hawkins has been named the 2020 recipient of the Ohtli Award, one o [...] Read more

Despite the UC System’s Largest Latino Class, Some Say California Voters Should Repeal Affirmative Action Ban

by | August 30, 2020
Twenty-five years after California banned consideration of race or ethnicity in public educatio [...] Read more

Excelencia in Education Analyzes CARES ACT and Federal Funding Proposal’s Impact on HSIs

by | August 13, 2020
In a new analysis, Excelencia in Education looked at current federal COVID-19 funding proposals [...] Read more
Pandemic Could Potentially Delay Graduation for Students of Color

Pandemic Could Potentially Delay Graduation for Students of Color

by | August 4, 2020
Although 30% of Black, Latinx and Asian American students said the COVID-19 pandemic boosted th [...] Read more

Segregation Forever? Research Finds Black, Latinx Students Still Excluded From Selective Public Institutions

by Pearl Stewart | July 31, 2020
As communities and institutions seek solutions to the nation’s racial inequities in the after [...] Read more

Seeing Stars: TIMESTEP Helps Minority Students Launch Careers in STEM

by | July 28, 2020
Dr. Gurtina Besla, associate professor of astronomy at the University of Arizona, says getting [...] Read more

The UC System Just Admitted Its Most Diverse Class of Californians. How Did These Campuses Do It?

by | July 23, 2020
The University of California (UC) system admitted its largest, most diverse class of California [...] Read more

Charles R. Drew U of Medicine and Science Trains Doctors to Tackle Healthcare Disparities

by B. Denise Hawkins | July 17, 2020
On Aug. 11, more than a half century ago, the nearly all-Black community of Watts in South Cent [...] Read more

Latinx Students Are Largest Group Admitted to U of California’s Freshman Class

In a first, Latinx students are the largest group admitted to the University of California’s [...] Read more

Roueche Center Forum: Helping Hispanic-Latino Students Make a Good Living and Live a Good Life

by Joel L. Kinnamon and Annebelle Nery | July 15, 2020
The Coachella Valley in Southern California is a series of 12-plus small cities linked by a com [...] Read more

Berkeley City College President Dr. Angélica Garcia Sees Education as ‘Pathway for Liberation’

by | July 14, 2020
Normally, when a new college president takes office, there’s a lot of handshaking, sitting in [...] Read more

Excelencia Report Highlights Best Practices in Preparing Latinx Students for Workforce

by | July 9, 2020
In a new report, Excelencia in Education analyzed how Hispanic Serving Institutions, which enro [...] Read more

Hispanic Faculty Associations a Recruitment, Retention Resource

by Lois Elfman | October 16, 2019
As Latino/Hispanic faculty associations strive to increase recruitment and retention, students [...] Read more

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