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Transitioning to Online Learning

by Laura Otten | August 5, 2020 The spring of 2020 will not be the semester that goes down in history as an example of higher e Read more

The Integrated Liberal Arts Approach: The Curricular Vaccine Higher Education Needs Now More Than Ever

by Pareena G. Lawrence | May 19, 2020
Perhaps the COVID-19 pandemic that we are all battling on a global scale will serve as a great [...] Read more

Left Out? Can the Completion Movement Reach Students with Intellectual Disabilities 

by Debra Hart and Ann Werbach | February 3, 2020
Discouraged by data showing that nearly 42 percent of college students failed to earn degrees w [...] Read more

Sweet Briar College Will Invest Recent $3 Million Gift in Curriculum

by | December 3, 2019
Sweet Briar College (SBC), an all-women’s school in Virginia, received donations totaling $3 [...] Read more

Halloween, a Season for Racist Costumes

by | October 18, 2019
The season for trick-or-treating, carving jack-o-lanterns and watching horror movies has arri [...] Read more

Only Half of U.S. Students Taking ‘College-Ready’ Courses

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | April 4, 2016
Only about half of all U.S. high school students actually take the sequence of courses they nee [...] Read more

Raising Consciousness for the Future of Higher Education

by Marietess Masulit | December 9, 2015
It is very possible to complete a program in higher education without engaging in a conversatio [...] Read more

Arhin Resuscitates Fayetteville State Nursing Program

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | June 9, 2015
When Afua O. Arhin arrived at Fayetteville State to take over the nursing program in 2010, the [...] Read more

Howard University Middle School Students Protest for Educational Justice

by Autumn A. Arnett | February 5, 2015
Students at Howard University Middle School of Mathematics and Science (MS)2 were joined by stu [...] Read more

U.S. Professors Troubled by Confucius Institutes

by Carolyn Thompson, Associated Press | June 23, 2014
A report by the American Association of University Professors said universities “have sacrifi [...] Read more

Integrating Faith Into College Speech Courses

by Kristen J.R. Berry | June 1, 2014
Mainstream public speaking texts more often do not include Jesus as a speaker to be considered [...] Read more

Dr. France A. Cordova – President Emeritus, Purdue University

| April 25, 2014
Cordova became Purdue University’s 11th and first female president in 2007, leading it to [...] Read more

Diana Ramírez-Jasso Designing Her Own Course of Action

by By Kenneth J. Cooper | February 4, 2014
This 2014 Diverse Emerging Scholar has created the first liberal studies program for Boston Arc [...] Read more

Diverse Conversations: The Globalization of Higher Education

by Matthew Lynch | May 22, 2013
Odds are, your favorite institution has a department that serves as the international arm of th [...] Read more

Aiming for More Than Tolerance at a Private Pennsylvania College

by R.F. Levine | July 27, 2011
Part one of three-part series — Allegheny College’s Lawrence T. Potter aligns diversity com [...] Read more
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