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Articles from Diverse Issues in Higher Education (February 8, 2007)

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'They are starting to pay attention': President Ronald Mason talks about how Jackson State University is raising its profile. Interview 793
'Wake up everybody' to save Black boys: watching a generation disappear is not an option. Ewers, James 689
A global exchange: study abroad programs to Africa teach American students an appreciation for the continent and the resiliency of its people. Forde, Dana 819
American Indians should boycott racist colleges and universities. Monteau, Harold Letter to the editor 171
Black college leadership under scrutiny. Eaves, Eugene A.; Ellis, Evelyn A.; Mitchell, Joseph Letter to the editor 311
Book of note: a history of black women in the ivory tower. Evans, Stephanie Y. Book review 104
Celebrating: black history month. 753
Compensating the president: executive salaries at public black colleges and universities. Majesky-Pullman, Olivia Survey 546
Diverse calendar. Calendar 280
Empowering the Black masses: book chronicles civil rights, Black power movements in America's 'first capital.'. Williams, Yohuru Book review 803
For-profit schools popular destination for minorities. Pekow, Charles 318
Four-year Universities: HBCU presidential salary survey, 2006-2007. 1441
Getting to know Dr. James T. Minor. Asquith, Christina 423
In the name of diversity: the departure of a popular Hispanic professor at Stanford spurs debate on whether universities should offer extra incentives to retain minority faculty. Mendoza, Veronica 778
Minority-serving institutions find new technology advocates: tech funding is one of several higher ed bills before Congress. Dervarics, Charles Legislation 749
New college access campaign teaches students to 'KnowHow2GO'. Hayes, Dianne Brief article 232
Overshadowed: although generally not included in newspaper accounts or history books, a number of Asian Americans were heavily involved in the Black Panthers. Lum, Lydia 1515
Power to the People. Anyaso, Hilary Hurd Editorial 648
Regaining a lost heritage: can a simple procedure unlock African-Americans' genetic history? Or is DNA tracing just an expensive waste of time? Coleman, Toni 2123
Report: employers say college graduates lack essential skills to succeed in today's global economy. Banerji, Shilpa Survey 496
Resuscitating MLK/Drew: suffering from years of neglect and mismanagement, the termination of the medical center's doctor-training program has wider implications surrounding the production of minority physicians and the overall health of the local community. Pluviose, David 1582
The journey for Jackson State: a source of pride for its community, this HBCU has emerged as a research and public service leader in Mississippi. Roach, Ronald 2545
Translating disabilities in foreign countries. Brief article 162

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