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Higher Education’s Obsession With Conferences Put to the Test

by Musbah Shaheen | August 31, 2020 Last Spring, I was excited to attend the annual meeting for one of large professional organizat Read more

No Longer Participating in Our Own Oppression

by Susan Shaw | August 13, 2020
Every day, institutions of higher education ask marginalized people to participate in their own [...] Read more

A Work of Heart: Practicing Critical Compassionate Pedagogy in the Face of Adversity​

by Raquel Wright-Mair | July 17, 2020
As a faculty member, my biggest concern was the online (re)creation of a deeply engaged and ric [...] Read more

Sallie Mae Fund Commits $4.5 Million to Promote Diversity in Higher Education

| June 25, 2020
Sallie Mae Fund, the charitable arm of private student lender Sallie Mae, said on Thursday it w [...] Read more

Pledging to Disrupt Systemic Racism in Higher Education Advocacy

by Kyle Southern | June 12, 2020
I have sat uncomfortably on raised chairs during enough panels with only other White speakers. [...] Read more

Can the Racial and Economic Justice Movement Help Advance Equity in Higher Education?

by Yves Salomon-Fernández | June 9, 2020
While still not universally embraced, there is a growing recognition that the Black Lives Matte [...] Read more

It’s Time for Higher Education Institutions to Stop Ignoring Protests Against Systemic Police Violence

by Brandon C. M. Allen |
As higher education institutions often pride themselves on being “welcoming for all”, it is [...] Read more

Summit Discusses Health and Safety Issues on College Campuses

by | June 3, 2020
College students' mental health and well being in a time of pandemic and their safety when new [...] Read more

Higher Ed Groups Reiterate Request to Senate for $46 Billion More to Colleges

by | June 1, 2020
The American Council on Education (ACE), alongside dozens of other higher education groups, has [...] Read more

Reflections on “Failing” at the Academic Market

by | May 26, 2020
I knew that securing a tenure-track position was going to be unlikely. I already made up my min [...] Read more

The Integrated Liberal Arts Approach: The Curricular Vaccine Higher Education Needs Now More Than Ever

by Pareena G. Lawrence | May 19, 2020
Perhaps the COVID-19 pandemic that we are all battling on a global scale will serve as a great [...] Read more

House Democrats’ New Act Proposes $10 Billion for HBCUs, MSIs in Coronavirus Relief

| May 13, 2020
A new coronavirus relief and stimulus package proposal from House Democrats, unveiled Tuesday, [...] Read more

Report: 40% of Contingent and Adjunct Faculty Have Trouble Affording Basic Expenses

| April 20, 2020
As much as 40% of adjunct and contingent faculty at two- and four-year colleges and universitie [...] Read more

New Telehealth Program Launched for Students to Access Health Care During COVID-19 Pandemic

by | April 16, 2020
With college students forced to return home during the coronavirus pandemic, many lack or have [...] Read more

Why Society Will Need Liberal Arts Graduates

by Sonia Cardenas |
The global pandemic has disrupted all of higher education, but perhaps no sector in it more tha [...] Read more
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