Posts tagged: Women - Diverse

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Roueche Center Forum: Toward Gender Equality in Technology Careers

by Dr. Monica D. Wiggins and Dr. George R. Boggs | July 9, 2021 COVID-19 has demonstrated that technology is a bridge to sustaining a degree of normalcy in our Read more

This Professor Introduces Women to STEM By Bridging Engineering and Health Care

by | July 7, 2021
Currently, women represent 15–18% of the STEM workforce but 85% of the health care field. As [...] Read more

Students, Nonprofits Work to End Period Poverty on Campuses Nationwide

by | July 2, 2021
In March, a group gathered in the middle of Lincoln University’s student union area for a cel [...] Read more

Report: Massachusetts Shows Significant Increase In Number Of Women Of Color Leading Colleges And Universities

by | June 24, 2021
The state of Massachusetts is touting some positive news: the increasing number of female colle [...] Read more

Undergraduate Enrollment is Down, But Trends are Encouraging for Women in STEM

by | June 21, 2021
Last week, the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center released a study of Spring 2021 e [...] Read more

Women Advancing in the Academy, Offers Hope for Gender Equity

by | May 9, 2021
In recent weeks, a number of women have been elevated to top leadership posts at colleges and u [...] Read more

Self-Help Recommendations on How Millennial Women of Color Survive College

by Ashlee B. Daniels | April 15, 2021
During this self-isolation and social distancing period, I have come to the realization that I [...] Read more

Study Analyzes Motivations of Female Candidates Seeking Graduate Management Education

by | March 9, 2021
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, 60% of graduate management education programs experienced a rise [...] Read more

Women in Sports Leadership: A Q&A with Chevonne Mansfield, Interim Athletics Director, Florida Memorial University

by Diverse Staff | February 10, 2021
Q&A with Chevonne Mansfield, Interim Athletics Director, Florida Memorial University [...] Read more

Report Highlights COVID-19 Impact on College Students’ Mental Health

by | January 13, 2021
A new report analyzed how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the mental health of college stude [...] Read more

183-Year-Old Women’s College To Close If It Doesn’t Raise $500,000 by Dec. 31

by | December 22, 2020
Founded in 1838, the all-women’s Judson College has weathered multiple wars, The Great Depres [...] Read more

Op-ed Urging Jill Biden to Drop ‘Dr.’ Honorific Sparks Heated Critiques of Sexism and Elitism

by | December 14, 2020
A Friday Wall Street Journal op-ed asking soon-to-be First Lady Dr. Jill Biden to drop the hono [...] Read more

Extend the Tenure Clock to Save Careers of Rising Academic Women

by Karen Bjorkman | November 30, 2020
The halls of higher education already had a leaky pipeline for women in science and academia, b [...] Read more

Norfolk State Hires First Female Director of Football Operations

by | October 21, 2020
The historically Black Norfolk State University has made history by appointing its first female [...] Read more

Colleges and Universities Celebrate Women’s Vote Centennial

by Walter Hudson | August 18, 2020
Even as colleges and universities grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic and the return to a new sc [...] Read more
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