Posts tagged: Stereotypes - Diverse

HBCUs Advised Not to Run Away from Bad News

by Autumn A. Arnett | July 9, 2015
The biggest detriment to any campus media relations department is the idea that negative media [...] Read more

Symbolic Gestures Distracting from Black Community’s Key Issues

by | July 6, 2015
Many times such nominal gestures wind up having insufficient funds when it’s time to cash the [...] Read more

In Case You Missed It…

| June 11, 2015
Baltimore Stands in Stark Contrast to Charleston Report: Calif. Community Colleges Can Expect S [...] Read more

‘San Andreas’ Movie Stereotypes Academics

by | June 8, 2015
Are all professors doomed to not kiss the girl and look like Paul Giamatti? [...] Read more

And Still We Rise

| February 13, 2015
Construction of Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture belies stru [...] Read more

Disaggregating Asian American Pacific Islanders

by | January 25, 2015
New push to disaggregate data that uncovers disparities for NHPIs. [...] Read more

The Double-Edged Sword of Stereotypes

by | January 21, 2015
Stereotyping is the act of making judgments and assumptions about people without knowing them a [...] Read more

Expert Urges Use of Classroom Interventions to Eliminate Stereotype Threat

by David Pluviose | December 4, 2014
Stereotype threat, when individuals internalize feelings of inadequacy linked to negative stere [...] Read more

Ethnic Costumes Perpetuate Stereotypes, Mask Realities

by Enrique C. Ochoa and Gilda L. Ochoa | November 19, 2014
With Halloween just behind and Thanksgiving quickly approaching, it is important to reflect on [...] Read more

What Does It Mean to Not be Black Enough?

by | November 4, 2014
So the question comes up, what is Black enough and what are the qualifications? [...] Read more

Professors Examine Affirmative Action And Racial Stereotypes in Higher Education

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | November 2, 2014
According to research done by two law professors at the University of California, Berkley, endi [...] Read more

Voting is a Privilege and an Opportunity for Civic Engagement

by | October 23, 2014
Early voting started recently and will continue until November 4. It is our opportunity to vote [...] Read more

Study: Blacks Less Influenced by STEM Gender Stereotypes Than Whites

by Ronald Roach | September 25, 2014
While Black women are more likely than White women to show interest in STEM majors, Black women [...] Read more


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West Virginia University Professor Studies Issues of Female Veterans

by Pamela Priff, The Register-Herald | September 11, 2014
Women have experienced violence in combat, sexual harassment and sexual trauma — and they’r [...] Read more