Posts tagged: Faculty Recruitment - Diverse

Diversity Themes Feature Prominently at 30th Annual NISOD Conference

by David Pluviose | May 30, 2008
“We’re an open-door institution, but not enough African-American men are finding that door, [...] Read more

ACE: Significant Efforts Needed to Improve Diversity in College Presidency Ranks

by Michelle J. Nealy | February 8, 2008
An uneasy environment exists today for presidents of public HBCUs, leading to a revolving door [...] Read more

ACE: ‘Significant Efforts’ Needed To Improve Diversity In College Presidency Ranks

by Michelle J. Nealy | February 7, 2008
There’s been little increase in the number of minority college presidents in the last 20 year [...] Read more

The Use of Outside Voices in Increasing Faculty Diversity

by David J. Siegel | January 10, 2008
For all of our difficulties in achieving student diversity on our nation’s college campuses, [...] Read more

Perspectives: The Use of Outside Voices in Increasing Faculty Diversity

by David J. Siegel | January 8, 2008
For all of our difficulties in achieving student diversity on our nation’s college campuses, [...] Read more

Experts To Study Campus Climate, Hiring Practices at UC Riverside

by Michelle J. Nealy | December 5, 2007
In an effort to address campus diversity complaints from minority faculty, students and alumni, [...] Read more

Southern Methodist U. to Get $20M from Dallas Couple

by Associated Press | November 9, 2007
DALLAS Philanthropists Harold and Annette Simmons plan to announce a $20 million gift to Sout [...] Read more

Cole says he won’t be just a care-taker at UMass-Amherst

by Associated Press | September 21, 2007
AMHERST Mass. The new interim chancellor of the Univesity of Massachusetts-Amherst says he'll [...] Read more

The tough sell – James Hill, University of Texas – Cover Story

by Lydia Lum | July 15, 2007
With the appointment of its first African American vice president, the University of Texas trie [...] Read more

Winning to lose – academy losses of Black faculty to industry

by Cheryl D. Fields | July 13, 2007
When thirty-year-old Dr. Damian Rouson completed his Ph.D. last April, the Stanford University [...] Read more

A scant presence – Black and Latino faculty at research institutions – includes related article

by Cheryl D. Fields | July 12, 2007
For many faculty, particularly those who favor research over teaching, securing a faculty posit [...] Read more

Seeing no evil – Dr Shelby Steele’s speech on race-conscious affirmative action policies at the National Assn of Scholars conference in New Orleans – Cover Story

by Ronald Roach |
NEW ORLEANS Although academics who criticize multiculturalism often gripe about research or ac [...] Read more

Berklee College of Music’s New Mission Statement Reflects African Contributions to Contemporary Music

by Diverse Staff | July 5, 2007
BOSTON In what Berklee College of Music President Roger Brown calls a “psychological victory [...] Read more

First in family with degree, now Iowa president

by Associated Press | June 22, 2007
IOWA CITY Iowa Sally Mason wasn't brought up around higher education, but she plans to make he [...] Read more

Minority Faculty Recruitment Program Under Fire

by Associated Press | June 4, 2007
EUGENE, Ore. The University of Oregon is taking issue with an economics professor’s claim t [...] Read more
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