Posts tagged: Sexism - Diverse

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Virginia Wesleyan Sued Over Sexual Assault

by Associated Press | October 8, 2014
NORFOLK, Va. ― A former student has sued Virginia Wesleyan College, claiming that she was sex [...] Read more

A World of Opportunity

| June 5, 2014
This issue of Diverse has a special focus on International Education, specifically studying abr [...] Read more

Study: People Fear Male-named Hurricanes More

by Seth Borenstein, Associated Press | June 3, 2014
Which scares you more: Hurricane Victor or Hurricane Victoria? People are slightly less likely [...] Read more

Dr. Muriel A. Howard – President, American Association of State Colleges and Universities

| April 25, 2014
Howard, president of AASCU since 2009, is the first African-American to lead one of the six pre [...] Read more

Dr. France A. Cordova – President Emeritus, Purdue University

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Cordova became Purdue University’s 11th and first female president in 2007, leading it to [...] Read more

Intrusive Attention Key for Black Males in Higher Ed

by | March 23, 2014
Black and Latino males need to graduate, and we’re failing at getting them to the stage. [...] Read more

Female Presidents in Higher Ed Pay Price for Breaking Mold

by Lekan Oguntoyinbo | March 18, 2014
Questions abound about the challenges faced by women and, specifically, women of color who hold [...] Read more

Male Rape and Sexual Assault Too Often Ignored

by | February 4, 2014
People tend to relegate the sexual violation of men as a deviant sort of activity that takes pl [...] Read more

Twitter Chat Creates Virtual Community for Black Women Ph.D.s

by Lois Elfman | January 30, 2014
Black women find solace sharing tips and advice about how to navigate the Ph.D. track and acade [...] Read more

‘Anchorman 2’ and the Normalization of an Ethnic Slur

by | December 29, 2013
Filipino dog-eater joke no different from tired, old jokes about Blacks eating watermelon and f [...] Read more

University of Minnesota to Offer Gender-neutral Student Housing

by Associated Press |
The University of Minnesota is preparing to offer gender-neutral housing at its Twin Cities ca [...] Read more

The New Whites? Asian Americans Sure Aren’t Earning Like Whites

by | November 4, 2013
New survey shows that income gap is the cost of racism. [...] Read more

The Miss America Pageant Has Been a Positive Representation of Young Women

by | September 24, 2013
While there are many public vehicles that exploit young women, the Miss America Pageant is not [...] Read more

Is Miss America Really a Scholarship Contest?

by | September 16, 2013
Or is it just the creator of a new sexist stereotype? [...] Read more

September 12 Issue

| September 11, 2013
The Doctor Is In: Dr. Wayne Howard is tackling a host of new challenges as provost of Howard U [...] Read more