Posts tagged: Career Counseling - Diverse

Where Is the Village When We Need It?

by | October 31, 2013
The kids in my neighborhood were a part of the village. We had elders there who provided us wit [...] Read more

Issues in Higher Education: Remediation and the Achievement Gap

by | September 8, 2013
Remediation efforts in higher education are not working to close the achievement gap. [...] Read more

For-Profit Schools Under Pressure to Prove Investment in Education Pays Off

by Vikki Conwell | August 25, 2013
As college tuition costs rise, more students, parents and taxpayers are asking institutions to [...] Read more

Report: ‘Quality, Coherence, and Transparency’ Critical to U.S. Skills Attainment

by Ronald Roach | July 10, 2013
The New America Foundation convened education officials, labor market experts and others to ass [...] Read more

Gift List For Grads

by Angela P. Dodson | May 1, 2013
Many graduations will no doubt take place this month. If you will be giving gifts to a graduate [...] Read more

Bumphus Takes Center Stage at AACC Conference

by Jasmine Evans | April 21, 2013
Community college giant cited as a “leader among leaders” as he is named 2013 Diverse Champ [...] Read more

Commitment to Service Helps Global Go-Getter Stand Out

by Maria Eugenia Miranda | April 9, 2013
Baruch College junior Alyssa Alicino was raised with many friends from Latin America and a sens [...] Read more

Reducing Number of High School Diplomas Proposed

by Associated Press | March 26, 2013
State Superintendent of Education John White says he wants to consider eliminating one of Louis [...] Read more

College Graduates Choose Community Colleges in Pursuing Advanced Degrees

by Cherise Lesesne | December 2, 2012
College graduates are slowly coming to the realization that their liberal arts degrees provide [...] Read more

From Jail to Juris Doctor

by Dorothy Givens Terry | October 11, 2012
James King’s experience on the undesirable side of the legal system spurred his drive to beco [...] Read more

Chronicling the Life and Career of a Higher Education Giant — Norman Francis

| March 4, 2012
In this unique series, Diverse: Issues In Higher Education honors the life and career of Xavier [...] Read more

Commentary: Falling Through the Cracks

by J. Luke Wood | October 26, 2011
An early warning system can help keep Black males on the community college campus. [...] Read more

NCAA President Mark Emmert: Increased Emphasis on Student-Athlete Academic Performance Due in Part to Reforms

by Mindy Charski | June 6, 2011
There’s a greater emphasis on the performance of student-athletes in the classroom—thanks i [...] Read more

Recent Law School Graduates Face the Tightest Job Market in Years

by Lydia Lum | April 21, 2011
But amid lingering industry wide uncertainties, officials at some law schools are scrambling to [...] Read more

Alumni Turn to Campus Career Centers for Help

by Associated Press | February 23, 2011
Downsizing has left many people with college degrees searching for a job or contemplating a new [...] Read more