Posts tagged: Faculty Research - Diverse

Rutgers Study: For College Students with Disabilities, Success Linked to Mentoring, Self-Advocacy and Perseverance

by Rutgers University | October 23, 2012
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. – A Rutgers study of recent New Jersey college graduates with disabilitie [...] Read more

HBCU Week Conference: Black College Leaders Counseled on Federal Contracting, Grant Opportunities

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | September 27, 2012
Experts told HBCU leaders that to win federal grants and contracts means administrators must ha [...] Read more

Empowering First-Generation College Students: The Role of Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs)

by | September 18, 2012
A Walmart-funded report led by the Institute of Higher Education Policy involved 30 minority-se [...] Read more

Playing to Win

by Reginald Stuart | September 11, 2012
Fayetteville State University aims to attract major grant dollars through its Center for Def [...] Read more

Ivy League Trailblazer Ruth Simmons Looks Back at Brown Presidency

by Kenneth J. Cooper | November 22, 2011
Brown University president Ruth Simmons reflects on tenure, marking milestones of a second camp [...] Read more

APLU Panel Addresses Challenges of Minorities Enrolled in STEM Fields

by Lydia Lum | November 15, 2011
Despite growing public awareness and collective efforts to increase the ranks of U.S. minority [...] Read more

College Prep Summer Programs Target Talented, Low-Income Students

by Kenneth J. Cooper | November 4, 2011
Elite colleges team up to give talented yet impoverished youths the skills necessary to apply, [...] Read more

National Science Foundation Reports Low Minority Representation on STEM Faculties

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | October 18, 2011
Minority doctoral holders are still poorly represented as faculty members within the ranks of A [...] Read more

CSU-Northridge, UCLA Researchers Try To Harness Brain-Computer Interface Technology for Wheelchairs

by Amara Phillip | September 21, 2011
The technology has the potential to provide a new degree of freedom to disabled users. [...] Read more

Diversity Advocates Voice Caution on Community College Study

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | September 13, 2011
Although a new study has found that underrepresented community college students fare better in [...] Read more

Lincoln University Aims to Strengthen STEM Programs Through Teaching, Research

by Robert Ruffins | August 25, 2011
When Dr. Ivory Nelson became president of Lincoln University in 1999, the  trained chemist [...] Read more

Perspective: Top Five Ways Universities Can Innovate To Thrive

by Clayton Christensen and Henry Eyring, The Hechinger Report | August 3, 2011
America’s colleges and universities are facing a period of “disruptive innovation,” with [...] Read more

HBCUs Rally to Help State University of Haiti Recover From Earthquake

by Kenneth J. Cooper | August 1, 2011
A dozen historically Black colleges and universities have formed a consortium to help rebuild t [...] Read more

Harvard Professor Resigns After Misconduct Probe

by Associated Press | July 21, 2011
A Harvard University psychology professor has resigned more than 10 months after a faculty inve [...] Read more

Scholars Grapple With Globalization’s Dark Side – Human Trafficking

by Helen Hu | May 26, 2011
Whether lured in, kidnapped or sold by their families, modern slavery represents a big, old pro [...] Read more