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Articles from Diverse Issues in Higher Education (January 11, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
"Spiderperson 4"--Coming to a theater near you. 227
A helpful hand to parents. Thom, Carolyn Letter to the editor 123
Black colleges involved in efforts to boost intelligence community talent pool. Galuszka, Peter 647
College textbook prices focus of congressional advisory committee hearing: GAO report finds book prices have tripled over past 20 years. Dervarics, Charles 731
Corrections. Correction notice 175
Drumroll, please ... Anyaso, Hilary Hurd Editorial 408
Emerging Scholars: the class of 2007. 6572
February. 318
Five universities receive funds to highlight cutting-edge research. Roach, Ronald Brief article 267
Florida Atlantic joins Latin American grid initiative: joining the computing grid generates more IT opportunities for Hispanic students. Roach, Ronald 368
Historians question record of Tuskegee Airmen. Banerji, Shilpa 497
Makeover needed for No Child Left Behind: Congress should allocate necessary funding to carry out mandate. Agazie, Maxine Myers Legislation 587
Recruitment without admission = worthless. Miller, Darrin Letter to the editor 191
Report: low-income students misinformed about costs and benefits of private loans. Banerji, Shilpa 498
Resilience: my pathway to the information technology professoriate. Payton, Fay Cobb 574
Teeing off with Bill Dickey. Matthews, Frank J. 418
The evolution of Black Culture Centers: between offering student retention programs and seeking accreditation, these campus centers strive to prove their relevancy. Walker, Marlon A. 868
The Ph.D.: by the numbers. Statistical table 1392
The re-segregation trend. Majesky-Pullmann, Olivia Statistical data 333
The Segregated Scholars: Black Social Scientists and the Creation of Black labor studies, 1890-1950. Book review 118
TSU troubles. Taylor, R.; Hollins, James Letter to the editor 168
Two FAMU Kappa fraternity members convicted of felony hazing. 374
U.S. judge lets Michigan universities use affirmative action, for now. Walker, Blair S. 469

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