Diverse Issues in Higher Education

Publication covering racial issues in higher education.

Articles from Vol. 36, No. 2, March 7

34 Howard Students' Debt Covered by Alexandria, VA Church
Thanks to a recent donation from Alfred Street Baptist Church in Alexandria, Virginia, 34 Howard students with financial need had their debts covered. Howard selected full-time students with a GPA of 2.0 or above who displayed significant financial...
34 Howard Students' Debt Covered by Alexandria, VA Church
Thanks to a recent donation from Alfred Street Baptist Church in Alexandria, Virginia, 34 Howard students with financial need had their debts covered.Howard selected full-time students with a GPA of 2.0 or above who displayed significant financial need,...
ACE Study: Racial Equity Gaps Still Plague Higher Ed
In a matter of seconds, University of Maryland higher education professor Dr. Sharon L. Fries-Britt picked off one of the biggest elephants in the room and extended a data-heavy conversation from the head to the heart. "We should be incensed by...
ACE Study: Racial Equity Gaps Still Plague Higher Ed
Washington D.C.In a matter of seconds, University of Maryland higher education professor Dr. Sharon L. Fries-Britt picked off one of the biggest elephants in the room and extended a data-heavy conversation from the head to the heart."We should be incensed...
Base 11 Awards Morgan State with $1.6M Grant for Student Rocketry Team
The nonprofit organization Base 11 has announced it has given Morgan State University a three-year, $1.6 million Aerospace Workforce and Leadership Development Grant that will support Morgan State's rocketry lab and establish a student rocketry team.The...
'Black Men in White Coats' Inspires the Next Generation of Black Male Clinicians
When a 2013 report from the Association of American Medical Colleges revealed that more Black men applied to and attended medical school in 1978 than in 2011, Dr. Dale Okorodudu--with the help of his brother and a medical school friend--decided to...
'Black Men in White Coats' Inspires the Next Generation of Black Male Clinicians
When a 2013 report from the Association of American Medical Colleges revealed that more Black men applied to and attended medical school in 1978 than in 2011, Dr. Dale Okorodudu - with the help of his brother and a medical school friend - decided to...
Grants & Gifts
The University of California, Irvine (UCI) was awarded a $1.15 million grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to develop and implement a state-of-the-art measurement project that will explore how social media and other data can be combined with...
Grants & Gifts
The University of California, Irvine (UCI) was awarded a $1.15 million grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to develop and implement a state-of-the-art measurement project that will explore how social media and other data can be combined with institutional...
Leading the Way
Intentional diversity, a culture of constant improvement and a staff committed to meeting the needs of students and helping them succeed propelled three California State University campuses into the top rankings of the Best Places to Work in Student...
Leading the Way: Three CSU Institutions Are Ranked Most Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs
Intentional diversity, a culture of constant improvement and a staff committed to meeting the needs of students and helping them succeed propelled three California State University campuses into the top rankings of the Best Places to Work in Student...
Most Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs 2019
Now in its 6th year, Most Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs (MPPWSA) is a national recognition that celebrates student affairs workplaces that are vibrant, diverse, supportive and committed to staff work-life balance, professional development...
Most Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs 2019
Now in its 6th year, Most Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs (MPPWSA) is a national recognition that celebrates student affairs workplaces that are vibrant, diverse, supportive and committed to staff work-life balance, professional development...
Moving from Ally to Accomplice: How Far Are You Willing to Go to Disrupt Racism in the Workplace?
Regardless of your profession, we have all been there--having a conversation with a White colleague about the daily microaggressions or blatant racism that we endure as people of color in the workplace. From having our credentials constantly questioned...
Moving from Ally to Accomplice: How Far Are You Willing to Go to Disrupt Racism in the Workplace?
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On the Move
SHERRY TURNER has been named vice president of strategic initiatives at Rhodes College. Prior to her new role, she served as the director of institutional success and support for United Negro College Fund's Institute for Capacity Building. Turner received...
On the Move
SHERRY TURNER has been named vice president of strategic initiatives at Rhodes College. Prior to her new role, she served as the director of institutional success and support for United Negro College Fund's Institute for Capacity Building. Turner received...
Pablo Avila: Empowering Professors in the Classroom
For Pablo Avila, working in higher education wasn't something that he thought he'd ever be doing professionally. In fact, up until a few years ago, he was thinking about pursuing a Ph.D. in social psychology. However, after graduating from Hunter...
Pablo Avila: Empowering Professors in the Classroom
For Pablo Avila, working in higher education wasn't something that he thought he'd ever be doing professionally.In fact, up until a few years ago, he was thinking about pursuing a Ph.D. in social psychology.However, after graduating from Hunter College...
Showcasing Best Practices in Student Affairs
As I travel throughout the country, I often meet college administrators who thank me for featuring important best practice stories in our magazine. While it's true that college leaders collaborate and share ideas, I've come to realize that not enough...
Showcasing Best Practices in Student Affairs
Editor's Note:As I travel throughout the country, I often meet college administrators who thank me for featuring important best practice stories in our magazine. While it's true that college leaders collaborate and share ideas, I've come to realize that...
SUNY Cortland Names Honor Society Chapter after First Black Graduate
A new honor society chapter at SUNY Cortland honors Abraham Lincoln DeMond, its first African-American graduate, by naming the society after him.After graduating Central New York - SUNY Cortland's previous title - DeMond became a politically active pastor...
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