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U of Minnesota Duluth Faculty Outline Ways School Can Address ‘Deep-Rooted Structures of Racism’

by | September 3, 2020 A group of faculty at the University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) wrote to leaders of the universi Read more

A Brief History Lesson and Open Letter to the Nation’s Schoolchildren and College Students about White Male Power

by Leslie T. Fenwick | July 9, 2020
Dear Generation Z Students, you are digital natives. So, this letter would better reach you by [...] Read more

Minoritized Senior Faculty in Higher Education, Please Stand Up

by Sydney Freeman, Jr. and Donna Y. Ford | July 8, 2020
Recently, the tenure denials of faculty such as Sibrina Collins at the College of Wooster, Lorg [...] Read more

Princeton U Faculty: Acknowledge That Racism Thrives on Campus

| July 7, 2020
More than 200 Princeton University faculty members have sent a letter to the institution’s le [...] Read more

Racism in Higher Education: Why HBCUs Are a Safe Choice in 2020

by Zachary C. Brown and Brandy M. Jones | June 17, 2020
Colleges and universities across the nation are scrambling to address the Black Lives Matter pr [...] Read more

U of Louisiana Monroe, Texas State U Fire Staff, Faculty for Racist Comments

| June 11, 2020
The University of Louisiana Monroe said it has fired one faculty member and started the process [...] Read more

Can Faculty at Historically Black Colleges and Universities Replicate Part of the HBCU Experience Through an Online Format?

by Robert T. Palmer and Morris Thomas | June 9, 2020
It is important for HBCUs to recognize that online learning continues to be one the fastest gro [...] Read more

Summit Discusses Health and Safety Issues on College Campuses

by | June 3, 2020
College students' mental health and well being in a time of pandemic and their safety when new [...] Read more

Open for Learning and Ready to Restart the Economy

by Tonjua Williams | May 14, 2020
These are challenging times. There is no doubt about that. Old routines are shattered, business [...] Read more

Athletics Are Not Expendable, if Education is Our Goal

by Michael Rocque | May 13, 2020
These are troubling times for higher education. With budgets tightening, hiring and salary free [...] Read more

How Universities Plan to Hold Graduation Ceremonies Amid a Pandemic

by | May 10, 2020
Over the past few months, universities and colleges around the country have worked towards plan [...] Read more

Don’t Forget About Rural Higher Education Students: Addressing Digital Inequities During COVID-19

by Ty McNamee, Jenay Willis, Karen M. Ganss, Sonja Ardoin and Vanessa A. Sansone | May 4, 2020
Recent literature discusses what the rural digital divide during COVID-19 means for rural stude [...] Read more

CUPA-HR Survey: Underrepresentation of Women and Minorities in College Presidencies Persists

by Lois Elfman | April 27, 2020
Data in the “2020 CUPA-HR Administrators in Higher Education Report” shows that underrepres [...] Read more

Coronavirus Pandemic Has Impacted College Students’ Mental Health

by | April 14, 2020
The changes in the higher education sector due to the coronavirus pandemic, such as campus-wide [...] Read more

Judge Dismisses Anti-Affirmative Action Lawsuit Against NYU Law Review

| April 1, 2020
A U.S. District Judge has dismissed a lawsuit by an anti-affirmative action group that accused [...] Read more
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