Views - Higher Education

Who’s the Real Dummy?

by Elizabeth Jean Brumfield | August 7, 2018
I thank Don Lemon for his question, “Who’s the real dummy?” His question encouraged me to [...] Read more

How to Make Our Institutions More Accessible

by Angel B. Perez | August 6, 2018
While higher education is abuzz with goals of cultivating greater access and success for histor [...] Read more

Institute for University Women Leaders from Diverse Global Venues Builds Network

by Beverly Lindsay & Yolanda Moses | August 1, 2018
When undertaking American federal grants in the United States and England, we encountered inter [...] Read more

Things an HBCU Enrollment Manager Must Know

by Dwight B. Sanchez | July 31, 2018
Through trial and error, and ultimately wisdom, I have learned that to be an effective enrollme [...] Read more

Is the Black Man the Bogeyman in the Ivory Tower?

by Adriel A. Hilton & Ronald W. Whitaker, II | July 30, 2018
Even after establishing credibility and capability, some Black males in higher education are st [...] Read more

Benedict College’s Bold Move to Lower Tuition: Ask Us ‘Why Not?’

by Emmanuel Lalande | July 27, 2018
Nearly 150 years after its founding, with a bold approach to student success in the face of soc [...] Read more

Federally Funded Programs Are Not Enough to Diversify the STEM Workforce

by Quintana M. Clark & Levon T. Esters | July 24, 2018
Despite billions of dollars being invested on hundreds of programs that are created to increase [...] Read more

Positioning Ourselves to Support College Success for Males of Color

by Derrick R. Brooms | July 23, 2018
If we are serious about improving the educational outcomes of males of color throughout the edu [...] Read more

Getting ‘PhinisheD’ or ‘FinishEdD’: Strategies for Future Doctors

by Daniel Jean | July 20, 2018
The pursuit of a doctoral degree often is an arduous journey with challenges that may include b [...] Read more

TCUs: Saving Native American Education

by Rachel E. Bryan | July 19, 2018
Native Americans have the lowest educational attainment of any race. One of the ways in which m [...] Read more

NAFEO Urges Continuing Affirmative Action Efforts in Higher Ed

by Lezli Baskerville | July 18, 2018
Every student benefits from inclusive and diverse classrooms, not just students of color. NAFEO [...] Read more

Tips for Applying to Graduate School

by Frederick V. Engram Jr., | July 16, 2018
The purpose of this article is to teach each of you how to find the value of yourself while nav [...] Read more

Trump’s Art of the Deal: Merge Education and Labor Departments?

by Gerard Robinson | July 14, 2018
The White House publicly released a report called "Delivering Government Solutions in the 21st [...] Read more

Part II: Whose Responsibility Is It? The Role of Students in Their Journey to Academic Success

by Sundra D. Kincey, Cheree Wiltsher & Errick D. Farmer | July 11, 2018
Every instructor, teacher and professor was once a student in a classroom. Yes, times have cha [...] Read more

Sisters, Other-Mothers and Aunties: The Importance of Informal Mentors for Black Women Graduate Students at Predominantly White Institutions

by Torrie A. Cropps & Levon T. Esters | July 10, 2018
Mentoring is paramount to the success of Black women pursuing graduate degrees. Unfortunately, [...] Read more