Diverse Issues in Higher Education

Publication covering racial issues in higher education.

Articles from Vol. 35, No. 6, April 19

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Difference Maker
They traveled from far and near to pay tribute to a community college pioneer.The list of the attendees at the memorial service read like a who's who of the world of community colleges. There were former and current community college presidents, thought...
Difference Maker: Dr. Suanne Davis Roueche's Profound Impact on American Community Colleges
They traveled from far and near to pay tribute to a community college pioneer. The list of the attendees at the memorial service read like a who's who of the world of community colleges. There were former and current community college presidents,...
Engaging Men of Color
San Diego Community College District (SDCCD) has strategically increased its support of Hispanic and Black men in the last few years, making the district a leader in improving outcomes for the historically underserved groups.Through programs such as...
Engaging Men of Color: San Diego Community College District Models Support for Men of Color
San Diego Community College District (SDCCD) has strategically increased its support of Hispanic and Black men in the last few years, making the district a leader in improving outcomes for the historically underserved groups. Through programs such...
Eyes Wide Open
This issue of Diverse: Issues In Higher Education brings a spotlight on Dr. Suanne Davis Roueche and Dr. Christine Johnson McPhail, 2018 Diverse Champion Award co-recipients. These two awe-inspiring scholar-leaders, of kindred soul and spirit, are...
Eyes Wide Open
This issue of Diverse: Issues In Higher Education brings a spotlight on Dr. Suanne Davis Roueche and Dr. Christine Johnson McPhail, 2018 Diverse Champion Award co-recipients. These two awe-inspiring scholar-leaders, of kindred soul and spirit, are known...
Grants & Gifts
Richard and Susan Rogel have given the largest gift ever to the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center--$150 million, which will help train cancer researchers and support research. This gift is one of the largest in University of Michigan...
Grants & Gifts
Richard and Susan Rogel have given the largest gift ever to the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center - $150 million, which will help train cancer researchers and support research. This gift is one of the largest in University of Michigan...
Impact Leader
Constanza "Connie" Cabello's hope for implementing change has come full circle. A native of Chile, the Latina and first-generation college student from an immigrant family knew that she wanted to give back, do meaningful work and change systems that...
Impact Leader
Constanza "Connie" Cabellos hope for implementing change has come full circle. A native of Chile, the Latina and firstgeneration college student from an immigrant family knew that she wanted to give back, do meaningful work and change systems that create...
Journalism Program Explores Black Students' Experiences
The Nation recently launched a student journalism program that provides training mentoring opportunities to Black student journalists, while giving them a platform to document the lived experiences of Black students on campus.Under the direction of Dr....
Journalism Program Explores Black Students' Experiences: The Weekly Magazine the Nation Provides Black Student Journalists with a Platform
The Nation recently launched a student journalism program that provides training and mentoring opportunities to Black student journalists, while giving them a platform to document the lived experiences of Black students on campus. Under the direction...
On the Move
GLORIA J. GIBSON has been named president of Northeastern Illinois University, making her the first Black woman to be named to this role in the university's 150-year history. She currently serves as the provost at Morgan State University. She received...
On the Move
GLORIA J. GIBSON has been named president of Northeastern Illinois University, making her the first Black woman to be named to this role in the university's 150-year history. She currently serves as the provost at Morgan State University. She received...
Rallying around College Access
Dr. Christine Johnson McPhail became a pioneer in the community college world in 1998, when she founded the Community College Leadership Doctoral Program (CCLDP) at a historically Black college and university.A staunch advocate for community colleges...
Rallying around College Access: Dr. Christine Johnson McPhail Became a Pioneer in the Community College World in 1998, When She Founded the Community College Leadership Doctoral Program (CCLDP) at a Historically Black College and University
A staunch advocate for community colleges who held a number of teaching and administrative positions at community colleges over the years, McPhail had become a history-maker herself when she was appointed the first woman and the first African-American...
Report Card: States Fail High-Achieving Low-Income Students
States have made little progress in supporting high-achieving, low-income students, according to a new report by the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation. Released recently, the second edition of the report "Equal Talents, Unequal Opportunities" issued several...
Report Card: States Fail High-Achieving Low-Income Students
States have made little progress in supporting high-achieving, low-income students, according to a new report by the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation.Released recently, the second edition of the report "Equal Talents, Unequal Opportunities" issued several...
Report: New York For-Profit Colleges Falling Short
New York's for-profit colleges leave students with huge debt and have little impact on earning potential, according to a new report published by The Century Foundation. The foundation, a New York City-based public policy think tank, compared student...
Report: New York For-Profit Colleges Falling Short
New York's for-profit colleges leave students with huge debt and have little impact on earning potential, according to a new report published by The Century Foundation.The foundation, a New York City-based public policy think tank, compared student outcomes...
Researchers Double Effort to Enroll Women in Breast-Disease Study
Leaders of a landmark study aimed at heightening the focus on family medical history and genetic drivers that put some women at higher risks than others for developing breast disease are ramping up efforts to add Black females to their hoped-for pool...
Researchers Double Effort to Enroll Women in Breast-Disease Study
Leaders of a landmark study aimed at heightening the focus on family medical history and genetic drivers that put some women at higher risks than others for developing breast disease are ramping up efforts to add Black females to their hoped-for pool...
Stellar Academic and Business Leader Tapped to Lead Whittier College
Dr. Linda Oubre will become Whittier College's 15th president, taking office July 1, 2018. Oubre will take the reins from Dr. Sharon D. Herzberger, who will retire on June 30, after serving as president for 13 years. Oubre will be the first person...
Stellar Academic and Business Leader Tapped to Lead Whittier College
Dr. Linda Oubré will become Whittier College's 15th president, taking office July 1, 2018. Oubré will take the reins from Dr. Sharon D. Herzberger, who will retire on June 30, after serving as president for 13 years. Oubré will be the first person of...
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