Posts tagged: SAT - Diverse

CBC Panel Takes Aim at Disparity in College Degree Attainment

by Catherine Morris | September 16, 2015
At the start of the Congressional Black Caucus’ annual legislative conference, a panel, Acces [...] Read more

U.S. News & World Report Sells Magazines, Higher Ed Goes into Despair

by | September 13, 2015
Not No.1 or No. 2? Forget About the Rankings Nonsense [...] Read more

Saudi Businessman Gives $10M for Islamic Law Center at Yale

by Michael Melia, Associated Press | September 10, 2015
A Saudi businessman has donated $10 million to Yale Law School to establish what school officia [...] Read more

Franklin Pierce University Makes Test Scores Optional

by Associated Press | August 30, 2015
Franklin Pierce University is joining a growing list of schools that no longer require most app [...] Read more


| August 26, 2015
MARK MATSUMOTO has been appointed dean of the School of Engineering at the University of Calif [...] Read more

Court Backs Wichita State University in Lawsuit Over Test

by Associated Press | August 25, 2015
A federal appeals court has sided with Wichita State University in a lawsuit brought by a stude [...] Read more

Saved for now, Sweet Briar College Looks for a Long-term Fix

by Associated Press | August 23, 2015
Weeks into his presidency at Sweet Briar College, Phillip C. Stone knows that, without a seriou [...] Read more

Northeastern University Agrees to Pay $2.7M in Settlement

by Associated Press | August 19, 2015
Northeastern University will pay $2.7 million to the federal government after failing to accoun [...] Read more

University of Texas Moving Statue of Jefferson Davis

by Jim Vertuno, Associated Press | August 13, 2015
The University of Texas will move a statue of Confederate President Jefferson Davis away from t [...] Read more

Couple Alleges Racial Harassment on a Kansas Campus

by Margaret Stafford, Associated Press | August 6, 2015
A black couple who have been working for a small university in eastern Kansas says the school i [...] Read more

Senate Seeks Ways to Take Income Out of Graduation Rate Equation

by Catherine Morris | August 5, 2015
A Senate committee is pondering structural reforms that would improve student graduation rates. [...] Read more

Dearth of Blacks Males in Med Schools Has Experts Scrambling for Solutions

by Jamal Eric Watson |
Health care educators and presidents of some of the nation’s historically Black medical colle [...] Read more

American Bar Association OKs Rutger’s Plan to Merge Law Schools

by Associated Press | August 3, 2015
The American Bar Association has approved Rutgers University’s plan to merge its two law scho [...] Read more

Pennsylvania Resident Guilty in Chinese Test-taking Plot

by Joe Mandak, Associated Press |
A Chinese citizen who lives in Pennsylvania has pleaded guilty to charges she took English-lang [...] Read more

Clemson Trustees Call Tillman ‘Repugnant,’ Fail to Remove Name

by Jeffrey Collins, Associated Press | July 19, 2015
COLUMBIA, S.C. ― Clemson University trustees passed a resolution Friday calling the racist vi [...] Read more