Posts tagged: Humanities - Diverse


Wanted: The Retention of Female Graduate Students

by Veronica P. Mendoza | March 23, 2006
Like many new mothers, Hrefna Marin Gunnarsdottir, 29, was nervous about the responsibilities t [...] Read more

Celebrating Black History Month

by Staff | February 23, 2006
Here’s a look at how some colleges and universities around the country are celebrating Black [...] Read more

The TICKING of the Biological and Tenure Clocks

by Patricia Valdata | November 17, 2005
Colleges and universities are arguably among the most enlightened and progressive institutions [...] Read more

In Memoriam: August Wilson: 1945-2005

by Haki R. Madhubuti | November 3, 2005
In 10 plays, nine set in Pittsburgh’s “Hill District,” August Wilson, more than any write [...] Read more

Dell and Napster Collaborate to Offer Campuses A Legal Way to Download Music

by Ronald Roach | August 11, 2005
Dell Computer company has teamed up with digital music provider Napster to help colleges and un [...] Read more

Careers in the Classics

by Lydia Lum | July 14, 2005
Dr. Patrice Rankine is accustomed to proving himself to his students. The associate professor f [...] Read more

National Endowment for the Humanities Funds American History Workshops for Community College Faculty

by Black Issues | February 24, 2005
National Endowment for the Humanities Funds American History Workshops for Community College Fa [...] Read more

Eastern Connecticut State University Honored

by Black Issues | January 13, 2005
Eastern Connecticut State University Honored For College Awareness Program WASHINGTONFirst Lady [...] Read more

Job Opportunities Improve for Language and Literature Doctorates

by Black Issues |
Job Opportunities Improve for Language and Literature DoctoratesNEW YORK A report released at t [...] Read more

UGA Graduate School To Fund Research

by Black Issues | December 16, 2004
UGA Graduate School To Fund Research On Completion Rates Of Doctoral Students ATHENS, Ga.The Un [...] Read more

Restoring a Ruptured Relationship

by Black Issues | November 4, 2004
Restoring a Ruptured RelationshipBarnard College’s Caryl Phillips’ senior english s [...] Read more

In Memoriam

by Black Issues | June 17, 2004
Walter H. Annenberg — businessman; statesman; publisher; philanthropist, The Annenberg Founda [...] Read more

Smith College Graduates Country’s First All-Female Class of Engineers

by Black Issues | June 3, 2004
Smith College Graduates Country’s First All-Female Class of Engineers NORTHAMPTON, Mass. [...] Read more

Pace University Scholar Wins Grant to Edit Fugitive Slave Papers

by Black Issues | April 22, 2004
Pace University Scholar Wins Grant to Edit Fugitive Slave PapersNEW YORKHarriet Jacobs (1813-18 [...] Read more

Faculty Members Weigh In on the Gender Divide in Academia

by Black Issues | March 25, 2004
Faculty Members Weigh In on the Gender Divide in AcademiaIn 2001, a roundtable on gender dispar [...] Read more