Posts tagged: Physical Disabilities - Diverse

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CSUN Explorers Program to Benefit People with Disabilities

by | August 8, 2018 California State University, Northridge (CSUN) will begin a two-year program starting this fall Read more

Lego, In A First, Will Unveil A Minifigure In A Wheelchair

| January 28, 2016
This summer, Lego will release its first-ever minifigure that uses a wheelchair, the company sa [...] 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

Oklahoma’s GOP Lawmakers Push to Abolish Affirmative Action

by Associated Press | April 7, 2011
A Republican-backed plan to wipe out any affirmative action programs in Oklahoma appears headed [...] Read more

Higher Education Seeks Common Ground Among the Religious Faithful

by Katti Gray | October 13, 2010
Faced with America’s wide-ranging religious landscape, colleges and universities are working [...] Read more

Sprinter Excels in the Classroom and the Community

by William J. Ford | May 12, 2010
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education has named Darius Law, a track and field athlete at the Univ [...] Read more

It’s Not Just About Racism, But Ableism

by A. Rahman Ford | April 2, 2009
When talking about diversity, the ableism that students with disabilities face should be part o [...] Read more

Grants & Gifts

by Diverse Staff | January 22, 2009
The UNIVERSITY OF DENVER’s Morgridge College of Education has received a $10 MILLION gift fro [...] Read more

At Diversifying Colleges Tenure Still a Hurdle for Women, Minorities

by Sarah Lake | March 31, 2008
Educators gathered for the workshop on promoting faculty diversity at the National Education As [...] Read more

Newsroom power shortage – minorities in journalism

by Eric St. John | July 14, 2007
Are students of color getting the inside scoop on what it takes to become news editors and prod [...] Read more

Student software finalists get face time with Bill Gates

by Associated Press | June 27, 2007
REDMOND Wash. When Microsoft Corp.'s worldwide student software programming competition began [...] Read more

The Diversity Dialogue Never Ends, But It May Get Easier

by Dina Horwedel | May 9, 2007
University of Missouri at Kansas City staff share their ongoing efforts to create a welcoming, [...] Read more

Got Game

by Lydia Lum | February 1, 2007
Mary Allison Milford’s life sounds like that of a typical college athlete. At least, it does [...] Read more

Resilience and Revitalization

by Hilary Hurd Anyaso | January 25, 2007
Everyone knows that college sports is a lucrative business. The fact that the University of Ala [...] Read more

Got Game

by Lydia Lum |
Mary Allison Milford’s life sounds like that of a typical college athlete. At least, it does [...] Read more
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