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Starting from behind: community colleges create pathways to assist students who aren't prepared for the work. Dec 19, 2013 1716
Forget-me-not: N.C. A&T Alzheimer's study targets Blacks, the group most affected by the disease. Jul 4, 2013 1297
Urban living legend. Dec 20, 2012 780
Keeping language alive: linguists and tribe members work to restore native languages. Nov 22, 2012 1162
The Hale effect: Ohio State's Frank W. Hale Black Cultural Center is a rarity in academia, as was its namesake. Jul 19, 2012 1329
Reporting from the shadows: covering the undocumented among the more challenging journalism assignments amid oft-fractious immigration debate. Jun 21, 2012 1521
Passionate advocate: law professor Amos Jones is a sought-after expert on employment agreements, higher ed legal issues. Mar 29, 2012 610
STEM diversity innovator: Dr. Cheryl Schrader, named Missouri University of Science and Technology's new chancellor, focuses on getting 'underprepared' students to pursue STEM paths. Mar 15, 2012 657
Johns Hopkins launches study of genetic drivers of asthma in Blacks. Feb 16, 2012 643
Getting the pipeline flowing: monitoring proficiency of elementary schools is key to boosting academic performance of middle school students in the Delta. Sep 1, 2011 1166
Breaking through the bar: law schools take action to reverse bar failure rates. Mar 31, 2011 948
Race unknown: for a small but growing number of multiracial students, freedom means being able to identify multiple ethnicities, or none at all. Statistical data Feb 17, 2011 1186
The complexity of obesity: as the obesity problem grows, researchers investigate all facets of this condition while also working to make the public aware of the personal and economic toll of being big. Oct 28, 2010 1641
Keeping the faiths: faced with America's stratified religious landscape, colleges and universities work to embrace spiritual diversity through inclusive discourse, initiatives and programs. Cover story Sep 30, 2010 1909
From the ground up: farming initiatives in small-town and urban communities teach residents to combat their lack of healthy food resources by growing their own nutritious produce. Jun 24, 2010 1650
Parlaying the prison experience: NuLeadership, a think tank staffed with formerly incarcerated researchers, lobbies for ex-prisoners to have a say in criminal justice policymaking. Cover story Feb 18, 2010 2174
Broken ties: the dismal state of marriage among Black couples and the impact on Black children are fueling new research and reframing the national discussion about family. Cover story Oct 29, 2009 1556

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