Posts tagged: teaching - Diverse

Morgan State Leads HBCUs in Fulbright Scholars, Adds Three

by | August 13, 2019 With three more graduates awarded Fulbright Scholarships, Morgan State University is noting tha Read more

Some Thoughts on Finals, I.M. Pei and Asian American Pacific Islander History Month

by | May 19, 2019
And now to the hardest part of being an adjunct lecturer. Final papers. Final exams. Grading. B [...] Read more

Survey Explores Faculty Behaviors, Perceptions in Teaching, Research and Publishing Practices

by | April 12, 2019
Faculty attitudes are beginning to shift around the use of open educational resources (OER), sc [...] Read more

Can Female Academics Say “No” Both Professionally and Elegantly to Excessive Work Demands? Yes, But You Might Have to Call a Friend

by Angela Mae Kupenda | October 8, 2018
Whether one’s academic supervisor is a White man or woman, or a person of color, the ability [...] Read more

Learning from ‘Absentee’ Mentors

by | September 26, 2018
Dr. Vanessa Siddle Walker began her trajectory into education believing she wanted to be a jour [...] Read more

Getting to the Other Side: Surviving the Ph.D.

by Asia Ferrin | August 27, 2018
I recently finished my first year in a tenure-track position at American University in Washingt [...] Read more

Vinson Named Chairman of National Humanities Center

by | August 20, 2018
The National Humanities Center has announced the appointment of its new board chairman, Dr. B [...] Read more