Posts tagged: Student Demographics - Diverse

Perspectives: Obama’s Election to Undercut Affirmative Action? Not a Chance

by Wayne A. Jones | September 10, 2008
The title for this article was selected in response to this writer’s initial and continued un [...] Read more

Keeping the Tradition Alive

by Garry Boulard | August 7, 2008
The relatively low percentage of Black students in jazz studies programs remains a topic of int [...] Read more

Expanding the Cultural Reach Of Environmentalism Through Diversity

by KEVIN DOYLE | March 5, 2008
In the fall of 2005, Yale graduate student Emily Enderle was asking some uncomfortable question [...] Read more

Hispanic Just the Stats: Picking the Right College

by Olivia Majesky-Pullmann | January 9, 2008
A college education is becoming more of the norm than in the past. However, choosing the right [...] Read more

Asian American Studies: A Harvard Aspiration

by Michelle J. Nealy | December 20, 2007
During the 1980s, Asian American students at Harvard University staged a noisy protest petition [...] Read more

Nebraska Vote Sought on Affirmative-action Ban

by Associated Press | November 15, 2007
LINCOLN Neb. A battle over affirmative action will be fought in Nebraska heading into the 2008 [...] Read more

Preparing Students for Workplace Diversity

by staff | September 20, 2007
Virginia Tech’s Pamplin College of Business has established a center and undergraduate studie [...] Read more

Racial division still among struggles in Little Rock school district

by Associated Press | September 18, 2007
LITTLE ROCK Much like 1957, 2007 has proven to be a highly divisive year for the Little Rock [...] Read more

Study: Overweight Kids Being Teased Out of an Education

by Jamal Watson | August 16, 2007
A new study conducted by researchers at the University of Pennsylvania and Temple University ha [...] Read more

The Evolution of a Texas HBCU

by David Pluviose |
Now majority Hispanic, the historically black st. philip’s college has positioned itself to s [...] Read more

The Evolution of a Texas HBCU

by David Pluviose | August 9, 2007
Now majority Hispanic, the historically black st. philip’s college has positioned itself to s [...] Read more

Texas State U. Professor Teaches South African University How To Infuse ‘Multiculturalism’ in Curriculum

by Margaret Kamara | July 23, 2007
Texas State University-San Marcos’ Multicultural Curriculum Transformation Project, a program [...] 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

Derrick Bell: keeper of the flame – author of ‘Confronting Authority’ and Afro-American law professor at New York University

by Raoul Dennis | July 12, 2007
Editor's note: No discussion of a commitment to diversity in higher education would be complete [...] Read more

Title IX: does help for women come at the expense of African Americans?

by Craig T. Greenlee | July 7, 2007
Gender equity has created an intriguing set of circumstances in the world of college athletics. [...] Read more
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