Posts tagged: Higher Education - Diverse
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UNCF and Diverse: Our Work Remains Unfinished

by Brian K. Bridges | April 23, 2019 This has probably been overstated, but the times in which we live feel like a critical juncture Read more

Largest-Ever Congressional Black Caucus Sworn In

by | January 3, 2019
The swearing-in Thursday of the 116th Congress included the largest class of the Congressional [...] Read more

Making Innovation Centers More Inclusive

by Yusuf Dahl | November 6, 2018
Over the past 20 years there has been a seismic shift in higher education toward entrepreneursh [...] Read more

A Call for Multiculturalism in Higher Education

by David C. Clark | October 9, 2018
Higher education is at a crucial juncture. With the advent of a social climate that questions t [...] Read more

Kansas Regents Approve Tuition Increases for Universities

by Associated Press | June 23, 2018
TOPEKA, Kan.— The Kansas Board of Regents has approved tuition and fee increases for all six [...] Read more

University of Missouri to Raise Undergrad Tuition by 1%

by Associated Press | May 22, 2018
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — The University of Missouri will raise in-state, undergraduate tuit [...] Read more

“You Don’t Look Like a Professor”

by | March 29, 2018
Routinely experiencing gendered-raced microaggressions in institutions of higher education is n [...] Read more

Accelerating Latino Success in Postsecondary Education is Focus for Excelencia

by Catherine Morris | October 8, 2017
Excelencia convened higher education and nonprofit leaders in Washington, D.C. late last week t [...] Read more

Moore Receives AERA Recognition At Annual Meeting

by Jamal Eric Watson | April 3, 2017
When the American Association for Educational Research convenes in San Antonio later this month [...] Read more

Future Pell Grant Funding In Danger?

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | April 2, 2017
Is the Trump administration working toward eliminating the Pell Grant program’s rainy day fun [...] Read more

Support for Minority-serving Institutions may Hang in Balance of Election

by Jamal Eric Watson | September 12, 2016
Scholars are concerned that if Donald J. Trump wins, support for public and minority-serving in [...] Read more

Rethinking College Admissions

| January 20, 2016
“Turning the Tide” sagely reflects on what’s wrong with admissions and rightly calls for [...] Read more

A Model Minority? A National Look at Asian-Americans and Endowed Professors of Education

by Nicholas D. Hartlep | May 20, 2014
What would a critical look at endowed professors in colleges of education reveal? [...] Read more