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A Brief History Lesson and Open Letter to the Nation’s Schoolchildren and College Students about White Male Power

by Leslie T. Fenwick | July 9, 2020 Dear Generation Z Students, you are digital natives. So, this letter would better reach you by Read more

Universities Plan Fall Initiatives to Address Systemic Racism and Police Brutality

by | June 12, 2020
As protests continue across the nation after the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and oth [...] Read more

Reimagining International Student Recruitment in the Age of COVID-19: Cross-Continent Collaboration and Partnership Agreements, and Innovative Delivery Models Have Never Been More Important

by Carolyn J. Stefanco and Alfredo Varela | June 10, 2020
International student enrollment has been challenged since well before the COVID-19 global pand [...] Read more

Online Drag Shows and Shoe Box Parade Floats: Campus Communities Virtually Celebrate Pride in Style

by | June 9, 2020
Online drag shows, miniature floats made out of shoe boxes, virtual panel discussions and dance [...] Read more

Can the Racial and Economic Justice Movement Help Advance Equity in Higher Education?

by Yves Salomon-Fernández |
While still not universally embraced, there is a growing recognition that the Black Lives Matte [...] Read more

Dr. Kristina M. Johnson Named Next President of The Ohio State University

by | June 7, 2020
Dr. Kristina M. Johnson has been named the 16th president of The Ohio State University (OSU), a [...] Read more

A Battle for the Soul of Our Nation

by Thomas Parham | June 4, 2020
Minneapolis, Minnesota, is a long way from Brunswick, Georgia and Louisville, Kentucky. Yet the [...] Read more

After Racist Posts About George Floyd, Some Colleges Expel Students, Professor Resigns

by | June 3, 2020
Some universities have taken strict action against students, and in one case, a faculty member, [...] Read more

Some Colleges See Rise in Summer Enrollment Despite COVID-19 Pandemic

by | June 2, 2020
Despite COVID-19 creating uncertainty in higher education, some colleges and universities in th [...] Read more

Seven Things Colleges Can Do to Help Students During this Pandemic

by Richard Barth | May 27, 2020
This year the path to and through college for thousands of students has been disrupted, but the [...] Read more

Colleges Make Plans for Safe On-Campus Student Move Out

by | May 19, 2020
With spring semester coming to an end, universities and colleges have put protocols in place to [...] Read more

Open for Learning and Ready to Restart the Economy

by Tonjua Williams | May 14, 2020
These are challenging times. There is no doubt about that. Old routines are shattered, business [...] Read more

How Universities Plan to Hold Graduation Ceremonies Amid a Pandemic

by | May 10, 2020
Over the past few months, universities and colleges around the country have worked towards plan [...] Read more

Rutgers CMSI and The Whether Host Virtual Entrepreneurship Program for HBCU Students

by | May 5, 2020
To increase the number of historically Black college and university (HBCUs) students pursuing e [...] Read more

HBCUs to Host National Virtual Commencement Ceremony

by | May 4, 2020
After having conversations with seniors, Dr. Michael J. Sorrell, president of Paul Quinn Colleg [...] Read more
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