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Report: HBCUs Have Significant Economic Impact In Their Respective Regions

by Diverse staff reports | October 16, 2006
If the nation’s historically Black colleges and universities represented one business, it wou [...] Read more

Study: Tuition Tax Breaks Unfair to Lower-Income Students

by Lelita L. Cannon | September 21, 2006
A recent report from the National Center for Education Statistics suggests that college tuition [...] Read more

Just the Stats: Solving the Hispanic-Serving Institution Riddle

by Olivia Pullmann | September 14, 2006
One source said 209. The source in another story said 236. My editor asked me to sort it out. I [...] Read more

Plagiarism Involving Foreign Students Stirs Controversy at Ohio University

by Associated Press | August 16, 2006
ATHENS, Ohio One of higher education’s largest plagiarism scandals has prompted Ohio Univers [...] Read more

Research Roundup: Meaningless Test Scores; Lucrative Patents Elude Female Scientists; Private Schools Really Are Better

by Shilpa Banerji | August 6, 2006
Test scores and GPAs have limited value in predicting leadership skills, close interpersonal re [...] Read more

Solving the Funding Riddle

by Garry Boulard | August 3, 2006
When Leola Tsinnajinnie decided to pursue a major in educational thought and sociocultural stud [...] Read more

Solving the Funding Riddle

by Garry Boulard | July 27, 2006
When Leola Tsinnajinnie decided to pursue a major in educational thought and sociocultural stud [...] Read more

The Top 100 Interpreting the Data

by Victor M.H. Borden and Pamela C. Brown | July 13, 2006
Substantial growth continues in both the number and percentage of students of color obtaining m [...] Read more

Feds Investigate Yale Accounting Practices for Government Grants

by Associated Press | July 6, 2006
Federal authorities are investigating how Yale University accounts for millions of dollars in g [...] Read more

The Top 100: Interpreting The Data

by Victor M. H. Borden and Pamela C. Brown | June 1, 2006
Does a 5 percent annual percentage increase seem like a healthy rate of growth.... [...] Read more

Federal Student Aid Program Funding in Limbo

by Charles Pekow | November 3, 2005
Federal Student Aid Program Funding in Limbo By Charles Pekow Anyone wishing for immediate incr [...] Read more

Study: Students with Higher Math Skills More Likely to Plan to Attend College

by Staff and News Wire Report | October 31, 2005
Results from a recent study of more than 13,000 high school seniors from the class of 2004 show [...] Read more

The Top 100: Interpreting The Data

by Dr. Victor M. H. Borden, Pamela C. Brown and Amy K. Garver | September 7, 2005
Black Issues examines the Top 100 institutions that awarded graduate degrees during the 2003-20 [...] Read more

Report Finds Faculty Pay Up — Barely

by Black Issues | February 24, 2005
Report Finds Faculty Pay Up — BarelyBy Garry BoulardDespite record state budget deficits resu [...] Read more

Men No Longer Majority of College Students, Graduates

by Black Issues | December 30, 2004
Men No Longer Majority of College Students, GraduatesBy Kathleen Kennedy ManzoWomen have gained [...] Read more