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National Leadership and the Significance of the Breadth and Depth of American Identity

by Elizabeth Meade | December 1, 2020 As President-Elect Joe Biden and Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris assemble the people, resour [...] Read more

Extend the Tenure Clock to Save Careers of Rising Academic Women

by Karen Bjorkman | November 30, 2020
The halls of higher education already had a leaky pipeline for women in science and academia, b [...] Read more

Tests Should Elevate Communities. Not Lower Expectations

by Michael T. Nettles | November 29, 2020
Yes, average test scores vary by geography, income and race. Yes, economically disadvantaged co [...] Read more

Overcoming Homelessness and Getting into Law School

by Kevin Lee | November 24, 2020
Eight years ago I could never have imagined I would be in my first year of law school at Southe [...] Read more

Educator Preparation Programs Lead the Way for Racial and Social Justice for All

by Jacob Easley II | November 23, 2020
If our national laws and practices are to ensure justice and equity, then educators have a grea [...] Read more

Resetting the Earth and Space Sciences to be Diverse and Inclusive

by Robin E. Bell and Lisa White | November 19, 2020
So far, 2020 has shone a spotlight on how our society is failing Black, Indigenous and people o [...] Read more

Assessment and HBCUs: Now it is More Crucial Than Ever

by Britt Spears | November 17, 2020
It is no secret that HBCUs have historically not enjoyed monetary investments from the federal [...] Read more

Love Students to Success and Close Equity Gaps Through a Culture of Caring

by Russell Lowery-Hart | November 12, 2020
In 2015, Amarillo College (AC) focused on its key student success progress and completion point [...] Read more

Is Mispronouncing Kamala Harris’ Name a Jab at Her Citizenship and Heritage?

by Anne C. Bailey | November 10, 2020
When Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris was first picked by Joe Biden to be his running mate, f [...] Read more

Doing the Real Work in Higher Education Amidst Two Pandemics

by Gretchen Rudham, Tyson Beale, Dennis McCunney and Adriel A. Hilton | November 6, 2020
As we stare down the double barrel of a global pandemic and historic levels of police brutality [...] Read more

Learning Critical Empathy: A Lesson From Journalism

by Patrice Rankine | November 4, 2020
We can never know what it was like to be George Floyd, but the reward for trying is that we cul [...] Read more

Experiencing the Presidential Election as an International Student

by Musbah Shaheen | November 2, 2020
As an international student during the 2016 presidential election, I had very little idea what [...] Read more

How Should Higher Education Campuses Prepare for Life After the US Presidential Election?

by Abdul-Rahman Anjorin and Sydney Freeman, Jr. |
It would not be at the forefront of one’s mind to think that the outcome of the US Presidenti [...] Read more

The Unique Challenges Faced By HBCU Students During COVID

by Stacia’ Alexander | October 26, 2020
Paul Quinn College President Michael Sorrell has been a leading advocate in higher education fo [...] Read more

International Students Elevate Higher Education

by Mounia Mnouer | October 23, 2020
As an international scholar and a woman of color who worked in a higher education context and i [...] Read more




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