Posts tagged: HBCU - Diverse

Diverse Conversations: How Trump Presidency Will Affect HBCUs, HSIs

by Matthew Lynch | January 4, 2017
Looking at his proposed ideas and policies, here are some ways that these institutions could be [...] Read more

HBCU Advocates Discuss Remedial Phase of Maryland Higher Ed Desegregation Case

by David Pluviose |
The plaintiffs prevailed in 2013 in a suit against the state of Maryland over duplication of HB [...] Read more

Hiring Its Own Graduates Could be Key to HBCUs’ Survival

by Megan Covington and Adriel A. Hilton | November 20, 2016
Who would be a better fit to transform the outcome of HBCUs than qualified HBCU graduates? [...] Read more

TMCF to Trump: Let Supreme Court Reflect Diversity

by Johnny C. Taylor Jr. | November 16, 2016
There is huge merit to diversifying a Court that will increasingly make decisions impacting eve [...] Read more

Morgan State Bolsters Journalism School with Jason Johnson

by Jamal Eric Watson | August 16, 2016
Dr. Jason Johnson — a frequent commentator on cable news — has accepted a tenured professor [...] Read more

Spelman College Discontinues Cosby Professorship

by Diverse Staff | July 26, 2015
Spelman College has recently decided to officially terminate a professorship endowed by Bill Co [...] Read more

E. Ethelbert Miller Among Those Let Go at Howard

by Diverse Staff | April 6, 2015
In an April 2 letter to the campus community, Howard University President Dr. Wayne A. I. Frede [...] Read more

NCORE Provides Forum, Spark for Difficult Conversations About Inclusion and Diversity

by Jamal Watson | June 1, 2014
For nearly three decades, the National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in American Higher Educ [...] Read more

NCAA Golf Pioneer Catana Starks’ Story Finally Gets Top Billing

by Craig T. Greenlee | May 12, 2014
Movie chronicles her journey of building — from scratch — the men’s golf program at Tenne [...] Read more