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State, UW Join Push for Tribal Center at Riverton College

by Associated Press | March 13, 2008
Plans for a long-sought American Indian center at Central Wyoming College in Riverton have gott [...] Read more

Technology: Connecting Students to Their Community Colleges

by CORAL M. NOONAN-TERRY AND EDWARD J. LEACH | March 5, 2008
Community colleges have an extremely difficult job trying to connect with students, given that [...] Read more

From the Classroom to the Boardroom

by Michelle J. Nealy | November 15, 2007
When Thurgood Marshall College Fund officials discovered that corporations were not recruiting [...] Read more

Colleges Offer Career Help to Alumni

by Associated Press | October 2, 2007
Dozens of colleges and universities have begun offering career-counseling services not just to [...] Read more

Filling technology’s massive talent gap

by Raoul Dennis | July 15, 2007
Technology partnership brings opportunities to students at Virginia HBCUs [...] Read more

Graduating in prosperous times

by Ronald Roach | July 13, 2007
When Ed Wrenn pursued a bachelor's degree in computer information systems at Florida A&M Univer [...] Read more

A shopper’s market; economy brightens job picture for professional school graduates

by Ronald Roach |
Economy brightens job picture for professional school graduates [...] Read more

Summit Produces New Ideas For Improving Access For Needy, Minority Students

by Charles Dervarics | March 23, 2007
When Native students transfer to mainstream institutions, the biggest obstacles to overcome oft [...] Read more

Access to College Means Access To Economic Mobility for America’s Underserved

by Dr. Kathleen Waldron | March 8, 2007
At Baruch College, we use the phrase “the American Dream” a great deal. Indeed, as one of [...] Read more

Perspectives: When Minority Students Take Ownership of Their Education, Expect Great Things

by Ana Lucia Hurtado | August 30, 2006
The structure of higher education should be entirely re-imagined, permitting students opportuni [...] Read more

Research Roundup: Meaningless Test Scores; Lucrative Patents Elude Female Scientists; Private Schools Really Are Better

by Shilpa Banerji | August 6, 2006
Test scores and GPAs have limited value in predicting leadership skills, close interpersonal re [...] Read more

New GED Chief Faces Sagging Testing Rates Despite High Minority Dropout Numbers

by David Pluviose | July 26, 2006
Widely recognized as the equivalent to a high school diploma, the General Educational Developme [...] Read more

George Mason’s SAT-Optional Admissions Policy Could Boost Diversity

by Shilpa Banerji | June 15, 2006
Starting this fall, George Mason University will permit high school seniors with strong academi [...] Read more

George Mason’s SAT-Optional Admissions Policy Could Boost Diversity

by Shilpa Banerji | May 26, 2006
George Mason University announced this week that it will permit high school seniors with strong [...] Read more

Leaving a Legacy

by Kendra Hamilton | April 6, 2006
Her favorite movies are “Crash” and “Motorcycle Diaries.” During the 2004 presidential [...] Read more