Posts tagged: Counseling - Diverse

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2021 Emerging Scholars: Dr. Soua Xiong 

by | January 22, 2021 As a child of Vietnam War refugees, Dr. Soua Xiong always wanted to make his parents proud. To 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

Black Boys Cry Too: Let Them Be Free to Express Healthy Emotions

by | April 9, 2020
Distorted and misguided views about who is permitted to be sensitive, empathetic, and demonstra [...] Read more

NABC: A Supportive Space for Black Mental Health Professionals

by | June 15, 2019
When National Association of Black Counselors (NABC) co-founders Tamara Ferebee and Dr. Faye Ba [...] Read more

Student Affairs Goes Digital: Translating Student Support to the World of Online Learning

by Kevin Kruger & Dave Jarrat | December 16, 2018
With nearly a third of all students now taking at least one course online, institutions are gra [...] Read more

International Conference to Examine Urban Education

by | July 3, 2018
Teachers, researchers, community members and other educational stakeholders committed to suppor [...] Read more


| April 20, 2016
CHERYL HOLCOMB-MCCOY has been named dean of the School of Education at American University, eff [...] Read more


ROBERTA DIAZ BRINTON has been appointed director of the UA Center for Innovation in Brain Scien [...] Read more

Diverse Conversations: What We Should Tell Our College Students, Instead of ‘Toughen Up’

by Matthew Lynch | April 19, 2016
What we should tell our college students. [...] Read more


| March 22, 2016
ELIZABETH L. PAUL has been named president of Capital University, effective July 1. She is exec [...] Read more

Muslim Students Seek Permanent Prayer Space at Iowa Colleges

| November 30, 2015
by Associated Press IOWA CITY, Iowa — Muslim students at Iowa’s three public universiti [...] Read more

Yale University Officials Respond to Discrimination Concerns

| November 8, 2015
Yale University officials have responded to complaints regarding a perceived antagonistic atmos [...] Read more

UO Rape Accuser’s Therapist Resigns, Claims Retaliation

by Associated Press | November 3, 2015
A therapist who criticized the University of Oregon Counseling Center's leader for accessing a [...] Read more

Seeing Student Success

| October 7, 2015
Cal State Fullerton among institutions employing a host of interventions to help students pers [...] Read more

ACCT Report Presents New View of Student Loan Debt

by Catherine Morris | September 28, 2015
Contrary to stereotype, the report claims that the cohort that was most likely to default were [...] Read more
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