Posts tagged: PWIs - Diverse

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The Black Professor at Historically White Colleges and Universities

by Robert M. Brown III | August 30, 2020 While many still refuse to acknowledge the presence and destructive impact of racism, there is Read more

African American Male Presidents at PWIs Start Tenures Amid Black Lives Matter Flashpoint

by | August 19, 2020
Drs. Darryll J. Pines, Jonathan Holloway and Gregory Washington, three Black leaders in higher [...] Read more

On Slave Patrols, a Pandemic, the NBA, and HBCUs: The Birth of an Historic Alliance?

by | July 8, 2020
People from all walks of life, including numerous professional athletes, have been protesting e [...] Read more

Mo Williams: Top Black Student-Athletes Should Switch to HBCUs

| June 4, 2020
To protest systemic racism, Black student-athletes enrolled in Division I (D-I) institutions sh [...] Read more

Inclusive Excellence, Now and Forever: How Predominately White Institutions of Higher Education Can Keep Their Promise to Students of Color

by Will Broussard, Adriel A. Hilton and Henry Morris | May 24, 2020
The impact of COVID-19 and the ensuing health, societal, and financial fallout have been disast [...] Read more

Strengthening Governance at Historically Black Colleges and Universities

by Charlie Nelms & Alvin J. Schexnider | April 5, 2020
Once this pandemic has receded or is over, higher education as we have known it will not return [...] Read more

Two History Professors Chronicle the Lives of the First Black Scholars Hired at PWIs

by Lois Elfman | February 13, 2020
Dr. David Canton, associate professor of history at Connecticut College, is working on a biogra [...] Read more

Clark Atlanta Chose Me

by Janelle L. Williams | January 17, 2020
“I didn’t choose Clark, Clark chose me”.  This is how Tennessee native Hali Smith descri [...] Read more

Lumina Foundation Grants American Indian College Fund $650,000 for Research

by | January 16, 2020
The American Indian College Fund received $650,000 from the Lumina Foundation to examine the ba [...] Read more

Baltimore County Delegate Working With Other Lawmakers to Settle State HBCU Lawsuit

by | November 11, 2019
Maryland Delegate Charles E. Sydnor III  announced plans to work with other lawmakers in order [...] Read more

The Road to HBCU Self-Sustainability

by Marc A. Barnes | October 23, 2019
Having been in the trenches of HBCUs for most of my life as a student, administrator and instru [...] Read more

The Unintentional Foray into the Transformative Experience of Morgan State University

by Robert T. Palmer | October 21, 2019
In October of 2018, my colleague, Dr. Janelle L. Williams and I were engaged in collecting data [...] Read more

The Possible Intersection Between the Elimination of the GRE’s and Interest Convergence

by Robert T. Palmer, Antonio L. Ellis and Erick West | October 3, 2019
In light of that fact that issues of race and racism are deeply rooted in U.S. society, it is p [...] Read more

Report: HBCUs Produce More Upwardly Mobile Graduates than PWIs

by Lois Elfman | October 1, 2019
A new report presents data indicating that more students experience upward economic mobility at [...] Read more

Effectively Mentoring Women of Color on the College Campus: A Holistic and Intersectional Ecology (HIE) Model

by Fareeda Griffith and Karen Powell Sears | September 10, 2019
Many women of color (WOC) students have been silently suffering at Predominantly White Institut [...] Read more
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