News - Higher Education




Report Puts Focus on Mental Health Services for Asian Americans

by Lydia Lum | October 16, 2018

A new report lists multiple ways in which lawmakers and other thought leaders across the countr

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Study: Bachelor’s Degree Not Sole Path to ‘Good-Paying’ Job

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People who consider a bachelor’s degree the only route to a good-paying job should think agai

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On Leaving Home

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My mother consistently asks, “When are you coming home?” which is usually followed by, “D

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St. Cloud State Names Building for First African-American Graduate

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St. Cloud State University has named one of its buildings after its first African-American grad

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Inaugural Leadership Conference Empowers Minority Male Students

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Santa Monica College recently hosted an inaugural Men of Color Leadership Conference under the

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St. Lawrence University Alumni and Faculty ask Officials to Rescind Collins’ Honorary Degree

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As a result of Sen. Susan Collins R-Maine voting to confirm Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanau

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Community College of Philadelphia and Rutgers-Camden Partner on Dual Admission

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The Community College of Philadelphia (CCP) and Rutgers University-Camden will partner for a cr

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Placing ‘Purpose First’ in Higher Education

by | October 15, 2018

A new report from Complete College America (CCA) is pushing higher education institutions to re

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It is Necessary to Disseminate Multicultural Standards in Higher Education

by George Mathew Munjanattu |

Multiculturalism intensities the bond of connection that makes all one. Lack of understanding a

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Educator Makes LGBTQ and Immigration a Focus of her Work

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Trinice McNally sits in her office at the University of the District of Columbia (UDC) surround

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Coalition Urges Loan Debt Cancellation for Former Corinthian Students

Coalition Urges Loan Debt Cancellation for Former Corinthian Students

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U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin of Illinois, Rep. Joe Kennedy III of Massachusetts, Massachusetts attorne

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The Perfect Victim and the Perfect Judge —The New Challenge to Affirmative Action

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If it feels like we’ve been here before, we have. The use of race in college admissions

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Knoxville College Takes First Steps to Restore the Campus

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Knoxville College, the historically Black college in Tennessee, announced last week that it has

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Brookdale Community College at Risk of Losing Accreditation

Brookdale Community College at Risk of Losing Accreditation

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Brookdale Community College has until March 1 to show the Middle States Commission on Higher Ed

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History of Helping: Black Churches Have Tradition of Giving College Scholarships

by LaMont Jones and Jamal Eric Watson | October 14, 2018

The United States has a long history of churches and other religious organizations giving money

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