Black Issues in Higher Education

Black Issues in Higher Education is a magazine specializing in African American Focused topics.

Articles from Vol. 11, No. 9, June 1

Campus Justice: West Virginia Wesleyan Case Questions Fairness of Judiciary Boards
Campus Justice: West Virginia Wesleyan Case Questions Fairness of. Judiciary Boardsby Chris MurrayBUCKHANNON, WV -- West Virginia Wesleyan College seems like a million miles away from the hustle, bustle and social ills which plague the rest of America.Nestled...
Casellas Tapped for Top EEOC Post: Latinos Decry Underrepresentation in Top Government Jobs
Casellas Tapped For Top EEOC Post: Latinos Decry Underrepresentation in. Top Government Jobsby Roberto RodríguezWith the relatively easy hurdle of a Senate confirmation before him, it appears that Air Force general counsel Gilbert F. Casellas, a past...
Despite Rescue Efforts, Barber-Scotia Threatened by Loss of Accreditation
Despite Rescue Efforts, Barber-Scotia Threatened by Loss Of. Accreditationby John MinterCONCORD, NC -- Embattled Barber-Scotia College faces a possible loss of its accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), less than nine...
Finding Success in Community: CUYAHOGA'S JERRY SUE OWENS
Finding Success in Community: CUYAHOGA'S JERRY SUE OWENS:.by Kathleen Kennedy ManzoWhen Dr. Jerry Sue Owens took over as president of Cleveland's Cuyahoga Community College (CCC) in January of 1992, there was no time for a honeymoon.The two-year institution...
Homeward Bound: After 30 Years Former South African Exile Sees Changes, Challenges Ahead
Homeward Bound: After 30 Years Former South African Exile Sees Changes,. Challenges Aheadby Garland L. ThompsonIn another context, it would be an almost routine personnel announcement: Alfred Tokello Moleah, professor of African American Studies at Temple...
`Minorities Are Urged to Apply': Fact or Fiction
'Minorities Are Urged to Apply': Fact or Fiction."Minorities are urged to apply to satisfy our attempts to create diversity at our institution."Minorities are urged to apply. When we as "minorities" see these words, we think that our chances of getting...
Old-Girls' Network: Black Women Educators Celebrate The
Old-Girls' Network: Black Women Educators Celebrate the.by B. Denise HawkinsNEW YORK -- In the small basement auditorium at the Museum for African Art, the aura of a small town family celebration was in the air -- the squeals of a sleepy baby, festive...
SAT `Recentering': Percentiles and Rankings Will Not Change
SAT 'Recentering': Percentiles and Rankings Will Not Change.by Kathleen Kennedy ManzoWhen high school students receive their scores on the Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) next spring, the numbers are likely to seem more impressive than in the past.But...
SPEAKING OF EDUCATION: How Level Is the Classroom Playing Field?
SPEAKING OF EDUCATION: How Level Is the Classroom Playing Field?.by Julianne MalveauxStanford University students are due for a rude awakening come academic year 1995-96. Instead of the cushy arrangements that allow them to drop courses until moments...
Washington Update
Washington Update.by Charles DervaricsHBCU Sought For Health ProjectThe Department of Health and Human Services has announced it will award a grant to one historically Black college or university to train undergraduate minority students in specialized...
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