Posts tagged: Students of color - Diverse
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Rutgers Can Do More for New Jersey’s African-American Population

by Walton R. Johnson | February 13, 2019 In January, 2019 Rutgers kicked off a year of celebrations to mark 100 years since the graduati Read more

OSU Receives $2.5M Gift From JPMorgan Chase to Support Students of Color

by | January 21, 2019
JPMorgan Chase has announced that it will continue it’s over five decade’s long relationshi [...] Read more

Study: Black Students who Have One Black Teacher are More Likely to Enroll in College

by | January 14, 2019
Representation in education matters. According to a recent study published by the National Bure [...] Read more

Mutcherson Marks Three Major Firsts for Rutgers Law School in Camden

by Lois Elfman | January 3, 2019
Noted bioethics and health law scholar Kimberly Mutcherson is the first woman, first African-Am [...] Read more

Senators Seek Feedback to Help Student Borrowers of Color

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Sen. Doug Jones D-Ala. along with Senators Catherine Cortez-Masto D-N.M., Kamala Harris D-Calif [...] Read more

Welcome Home

by Paola “Lola” Esmieu | December 12, 2018
As educational spaces, colleges and universities carry the burden of creating a welcoming and i [...] Read more

Scholar-Practitioner Finds His ‘Home’ in Residential Life

by | December 11, 2018
Growing up with 14 siblings in rural Nebraska, Dr. Jim Tweedy had his first taste of privacy wh [...] Read more

HEA Reauthorization Can Reduce the Equity Gaps that Persist for Students of Color

by Alyse Gray Parker & India Heckstall | December 3, 2018
A new Congress presents a new opportunity to restart the process of reauthorizing the Higher Ed [...] Read more

Restoring Democracy and Civics Into Our Schools

by Olawa Gibson | November 28, 2018
Democracy in the United States is at a crossroads with only half of all Americans still having [...] Read more

The Steve Fund and UT Austin to Host 5th Young, Gifted & Risk Symposium

by | November 12, 2018
On November 14, the Steve Fund, the only non-profit centered on the mental and emotional health [...] Read more

Changing the Culture: University, Faculty and Graduate Student Responsibility to Prioritize Student Mental Health

by Ulyssa Hester & Levon T. Esters | November 5, 2018
Mental health is important for success in higher education, yet many graduate students struggle [...] Read more

It’s a Family Reunion: Thurgood Marshall College Fund Teacher Quality and Retention Program

by Tiyana Herring | October 16, 2018
This summer, I attended the best family reunion ever. But here's the catch; none of us who atte [...] 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

Recognizing the Importance of Access and Social Capital

by | October 8, 2018
Have you ever heard, “it’s not about what you know… it’s about who you know?” Unfortu [...] Read more

TRIO Programs: Paving the Way for Diverse Students in Higher Education

by Mercedes Terrazas | September 18, 2018
TRIO programs are essential educational opportunity programs that are vital in promoting educat [...] Read more
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