Posts tagged: Technology - Diverse

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‘Get Close to Injustice’ and ‘Expect the Unexpected’: Advice From This Year’s Education Summit

by | June 16, 2021 Two major hurdles face the future of higher education — an unpredictable workforce and racial Read more

Student Freedom Initiative Partners with Cisco and AVC Technologies

by | May 20, 2021
The Student Freedom Initiative (SFI) is partnering with Cisco and AVC Technologies, with Cisco [...] Read more

Broadband: Bringing Our Children Out of the Cold

by Kim Keenan | March 10, 2021
The digital divide was already a national emergency; the pandemic just brought this disaster in [...] Read more

Colleges and Universities Must Revise Traditional Model, Ensure Technological Resources, Focus on Partnerships

by Isaac Brundage | February 22, 2021
The continuing economic, social and mental health impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic are only now [...] Read more

Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Carbon Community College Receives $1M From Late Professor Emeritus

by | December 21, 2020
A beloved Lehigh Carbon Community College (LCCC) professor who died this year has left nearly $ [...] Read more

Can Faculty at Historically Black Colleges and Universities Replicate Part of the HBCU Experience Through an Online Format?

by Robert T. Palmer and Morris Thomas | June 9, 2020
It is important for HBCUs to recognize that online learning continues to be one the fastest gro [...] Read more

Webinar Discusses How Institutions Are Supporting Latinx Students During The Pandemic

by | April 29, 2020
Since its establishment 15 years ago, Excelencia in Education has looked at how colleges and un [...] Read more

First-Year Students at Edward Waters College to Receive Laptops

by | April 28, 2020
Starting in the fall, first-year students at the historically Black Edward Waters College (EWC) [...] Read more

The Biggest Takeaways About My Students Amid COVID-19 Transition

by Charlita Woodruff-White | April 27, 2020
Often the focus is to hear about what students have learned from their professors in their clas [...] Read more

Resilience in the Midst of a Crisis Response

by Ceeon D. Quiett Smith | April 19, 2020
The COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic has highlighted the need for HBCUs to build on their shared [...] Read more

Strengthening Governance at Historically Black Colleges and Universities

by Charlie Nelms & Alvin J. Schexnider | April 5, 2020
Once this pandemic has receded or is over, higher education as we have known it will not return [...] Read more

Community Colleges Prepare for Coronavirus, Distance Learning

by | March 15, 2020
With the coronavirus (COVID-19) declared a pandemic Wednesday by the World Health Organization [...] Read more

Gender Inequity Persists in Research Authorship, Report Finds

by | March 5, 2020
Despite an increase in the number of women in research, gender disparity still remains, accordi [...] Read more

Left Out? Can the Completion Movement Reach Students with Intellectual Disabilities 

by Debra Hart and Ann Werbach | February 3, 2020
Discouraged by data showing that nearly 42 percent of college students failed to earn degrees w [...] Read more

SV Academy Launches New Partnerships With Hopes to Diversify Silicon Valley

by | December 29, 2019
SV Academy, a tuition-free online vocational program for tech sales, recently partnered with tw [...] Read more
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