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Articles from Diverse Issues in Higher Education (March 18, 2010)

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An interesting invitation to discuss the future of HBCUs: historically Black institutions need a strategy to move from survival mode to sustainable excellence. Minor, James T. Essay 725
College on demand: as the economy continues to stagger, universities are forced to respond to increasing numbers of students knocking at their virtual doors in search of online classes. Hayes, Dianne 992
Digital remix: institutions consider latest mobile computing gadgets as campuswide instructional and communication tools. Roach, Ronald 1758
Getting connected: closing the so-called digital divide is becoming less of a possibility for many HBCUs. Stuart, Reginald Essay 1473
Going online to keep traditions alive and increase access. Timmons, George Essay 828
House launches review of 'no child' law: congressional leaders vow bipartisan cooperation in revising K-12 law, while associations push changes they consider essential to minority-student success. Dervarics, Charles 845
Initiative grants access to STEM curriculum: AIHEC partnership helps tribal colleges build capacity to develop and sustain STEM education and research programs. Pember, Mary Annette 815
Innovative intelligence. Stuart, Reginald Essay 498
Keeping their distance: new study indicates students perform better online. Feintuch, Howard 586
Meet the bloggers. 268
Radio for thought. Lum, Lydia 331
Radio host Tom Joyner plans Online university for HBCU students. Brief article 138
Slain UAH professor part of larger network to bring minorities into STEM. Hernandez, Arelis 912

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