Posts tagged: Scholars - Diverse


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TheDream.US Report Highlights How COVID-19 Has Disproportionately Affected Immigrant Scholars

by | October 8, 2020 TheDream.US, the nation’s largest scholarship program for immigrant youth, recently released Read more

Privilege of the Academic Job Search

by Rachel Renbarger | September 1, 2020
Having recently started as a postdoc at Duke University, I had time to reflect on my job search [...] Read more

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

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

Preserving the Espíritu Guerrero of Our Children During Covid-19

by | April 2, 2020
Like many mother scholars, I am forced to navigate professional responsibilities while consciou [...] Read more

‘Professoring’ While Black: Strategies for Thriving in the White Professoriate

by Sydney Freeman, Jr. | March 27, 2020
With the acknowledgement of increased White nationalist and supremacist activities happening ac [...] Read more

Authorship: The Elephant in the Room

by | March 4, 2020
When it comes to tenure-track faculty positions, and pursuing tenure altogether, there’s no d [...] Read more

Guardian Ninjas of Integrity (And How We Got There)

by Christine Gee and Jessi Bullock | January 9, 2020
We teach at Western Governors University (WGU) which has over 110,000 students from every state [...] Read more

The New School Received $880,000 in Grants

by | December 29, 2019
The New School recently received grants from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and The Open Socie [...] Read more

There Are No Safe Spaces

by | December 2, 2019
Conferences are about reunions with colleagues and friends, presentations on the next innovativ [...] Read more

Higher Ed’s Impeachment Role

by | November 4, 2019
Make no mistake, Higher Ed must play a role in impeachment. Not as partisans. But as the contex [...] Read more

Tw(y)ce-Exceptional: Gifted Black Males in P-12 Education

by | October 18, 2019
The call from my college classmate was all too familiar—it started with “he’s super smart [...] Read more

Nonprofit Aims to Support Latino Students Up Through First Career Job Offer

by | October 3, 2019
Attaining a higher education in the U.S. can be very challenging, especially for those who face [...] Read more

On Being Told to Manage Money That I Don’t Have

by | September 30, 2019
I’ve been a saver ever since I can remember. The skills of bargain hunting and money manageme [...] Read more

Barbara Ransby Receives Scholarship for her Work to Better Society

by | November 7, 2018
Activist and writer Dr. Barbara Ransby, who’s also a historian at the University of Illin [...] Read more
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