Posts tagged: PWIs - Diverse
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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

Comparisons May Unintentionally Perpetuate and Validate White Supremacy

by Robert T. Palmer and Larry J. Walker | August 12, 2019
Most research on Black collegians has sought to understand the experiences of Black students at [...] Read more

Michigan Grad School Initiative Promotes Relationships with MSIs

| April 9, 2019
Eight new grants will help faculty and academic departments across the University of Michigan e [...] Read more

Resistance Strategies for Black Graduate Students in Higher Education

by Ulyssa Hester | April 4, 2019
Being a Black woman at a predominantly White institution (PWI), I experience simultaneously rac [...] Read more

A Room of One’s Own White Colleagues

by Marcos J. Del Hierro | March 14, 2019
Every spring, I dread putting together my annual review materials. In March, a predominantly-Wh [...] Read more

Panel: Marginalized Groups Need Diversity Officers

| March 8, 2019
Diversity officers should help cultivate a campus climate where coalitions are built to benef [...] Read more

The Perception of Diversity at HBCUs: Is It Real or Imaginable?

by Marcus A. Chanay and Adriel A. Hilton | February 27, 2019
The landscape of education has changed greatly in the last 10 years. In the wake of soaring col [...] Read more
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