Posts tagged: Andrew Martinez - Diverse
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‘Who Do You Know Went to Cornell?’

by | May 21, 2019 A few weeks ago, I entered a convenience store to purchase a portable pack of tissues and eye d Read more

Redefining Merit

by | April 25, 2019
Following the college admissions scandal, countless thought pieces have addressed inequity in c [...] Read more

Any Person, Any Study, but at What Cost?

by | March 27, 2019
In an editorial titled “An Ode to the Rich and Legacies,” a current undergraduate at my alm [...] Read more

Theft, Shame and Guilt in Order to Get By

by | February 26, 2019
Over the past few years there has been increasing exposure to the harsh reality of what it is l [...] Read more

Learning How to Teach is Important – Even if You Don’t Want to Be Faculty

by | January 23, 2019
While not every student intends to teach after completing a terminal degree in education, I wou [...] Read more

‘The Best Dissertation is a Finished Dissertation’ Reconsidered

by | December 16, 2018
Throughout my time as doctoral student, there is one piece of advice that I keep hearing that i [...] Read more

Why Representation Matters in the Professoriate

by | November 19, 2018
Research has shown that having role-models and mentors who share racial/ethnic identities can [...] Read more

Responding to Misconceptions of Being a Graduate Student

by | November 5, 2018
Sometimes I get frustrated with myself because I am unable to explain my experiences in higher [...] Read more

Navigating Bias Incidents on Campus as an Administrator

by | October 18, 2018
During my tenure as an assistant dean of students, I was involved in a committee charged with r [...] Read more

Recognizing the Importance of Access and Social Capital

by | October 8, 2018
Have you ever heard, “it’s not about what you know… it’s about who you know?” Unfortu [...] Read more

MSIs are ‘Turning Student Activism into Votes’

by | October 2, 2018
Several minority serving institutions (MSIs) highlighted in a new report from the Penn Center f [...] Read more

Improving Financial Literacy Among Students of Color, Especially Millennials

by | September 21, 2018
Time and time again, I overhear people speaking about how they wish they would have learned the [...] Read more

Easing The Transition: 3 Pieces of Advice for Supporting First-Generation or Underrepresented Students on Your Campus

by | September 11, 2018
Thousands of students are entering college or graduate school for the first time and those who [...] Read more

How I Respond to Culturally Offensive Remarks

by | February 7, 2018
Anyone who knows me personally knows that I try my best to avoid conflict. I am not confrontati [...] Read more