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ENDING THe HATe: Scholars emphasize activism for LGBTQ+ social change. Jun 10, 2021 1148
Law Schools Respond to the Movement for Social Justice. Apr 15, 2021 1186
Celebrating Women in the Academy Diverse presents its 10th annual installment of our Women's History Month recognition of leading women in higher education. Mar 4, 2021 4564
Envisioning the possible: HBCUs to use recent multimillion-dollar philanthropic gift from MacKenzie Scott to help achieve long-term goals. Feb 18, 2021 1511
A Readiness to Serve Others. Jan 21, 2021 793
Leaving No Student Behind. Jan 21, 2021 790
CHANGING COURSE Advice for new Ph.D.s in job market: be open to opportunities outside traditional academic path. Oct 29, 2020 1156
Hard Choices: Virginia Tech officials move forward with hybrid approach for the fall amid ongoing pandemic. Sep 17, 2020 1044
The People's Chancellor': As Dr. Constance Carroll prepares to step down from the San Diego Community College District chancellorship, she leaves legacy of steadfast focus on student success. Jun 25, 2020 1482
Diverse Webinars Address Higher Ed Equity Issues Surrounding COVID-19 Crisis. Apr 30, 2020 1484
Survey Findings Spotlight Food, Housing Insecurity Among College Students. Mar 19, 2020 611
Giving Voice to the Voiceless. Mar 19, 2020 1163
U.S. Nurse-Wifery Programs Join International Effort to Reduce Maternal Mortality Rates. Feb 20, 2020 1100
Turnaround Artist: Dr. Billy C. Hawkins revives ailing HBCU amid cheers and controversy. Dec 29, 2019 1226
Unintended Consequences? Reports question the merits of free community college programs. Dec 12, 2019 1437
The Tenure Trap: Scholars call for institutions to do more to combat discrimination in the review process. Oct 31, 2019 1270
Climate Control: Campus surveys reveal similar concerns from faculty of color. Oct 17, 2019 1452
The New Integration Struggle: Scholars examine segregation of Latino K-12 students. Oct 3, 2019 1193
A Long, Tough Road from Foster Care to Ph.D. Studies. Sep 5, 2019 827
OSU Graduate School Dean Discusses 'Great Strides' in Diversity. Aug 22, 2019 833
UNC-Chapel Hill Graduate School Faces Diversity Challenges Amid Leadership Transition. Aug 22, 2019 830
She's Not Just Digging for Digging's Sake. Interview Feb 7, 2019 786
A Revived 'North Star' Emerges. Feb 7, 2019 767
Making Biostatistics Relevant. Biography Jan 24, 2019 725
A High Note in Neuroscience. Biography Jan 24, 2019 688
A Dean for Diversity and Civility. Interview Jul 12, 2018 863
A Harlem Daughter Gives Back. Interview Jun 28, 2018 860
A Scholar Without Borders. Interview Jun 14, 2018 850
Georgetown Researchers: Majors Matter in Higher-Ed Decisions. Jun 14, 2018 767
Revealing a Hidden Chapter. May 17, 2018 851
Rejecting Stereotypes. Interview Apr 5, 2018 789
CHOICES HAVE CONSEQUENCES: THE POLITICAL MINEFIELD OF SELECTING COMMENCEMENT SPEAKERS. Mar 8, 2018 1447
Professor uses interactive technology to tell Emmett Till story. Mar 23, 2017 799
Making history. Interview Mar 9, 2017 876
Indigenous artist. Interview Jan 26, 2017 742
Scholarship of activism. Interview Jan 26, 2017 685
Making the grades: A new NCAA policy encourages academic achievement, but some schools may be left out. Jan 12, 2017 1189
Great expectations: a cradle-to-college project in East Los Angeles shows early success in eliminating education gaps. Dec 29, 2016 1125
Gender specific: writing groups for women faculty aim to provide more opportunities for research, opening up pathways to promotion. Nov 3, 2016 1088
The next step: former higher education leaders find lucrative careers in consulting. Nov 3, 2016 1112
Making rank: Military Friendly institutions expand their services and programs to recruit and retain veteran and military students. Oct 20, 2016 1176
Optional, flexible or blind. Oct 6, 2016 1223
Disturbing the Peace: Mississippi laws target the LGBT community in the name of religious liberty. Sep 22, 2016 1310
Family first: child-friendly policies are gradually becoming the norm at colleges and universities across the country. Aug 25, 2016 1161
On the cutting edge. Interview Jul 28, 2016 702
Fundraising finesse: HBCUs seek novel approaches to raise funds and sustain support. Jun 30, 2016 1192
Spring into action: despite claims that Asian Americans nave been absent from campus protests, Asian students are joining and leading the fight for social justice. May 5, 2016 1182
Tennessee State tiger. Interview Aug 27, 2015 822
Leap of faith. Aug 13, 2015 777
Cutting ties: several colleges and universities have worked to disassociate from prominent leaders with a negative history or image. May 7, 2015 1306
Going home: two African-American literary stars return to their native Southern states to teach. Interview Mar 26, 2015 1199
S.C. State: latest turmoil may finally bring change. Mar 12, 2015 758
Border specialist. Interview Jan 1, 2015 736
Rising STEM star. Interview Jan 1, 2015 704
Associate on the rise: many four-year institutions have joined community colleges in offering two-year degrees. Dec 18, 2014 1090
NOAA seeks minority involvement in oceanic research. Dec 4, 2014 752
Veteran dilemma: elected officials and veterans have expressed concern over restrictions and difficulties in obtaining Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits. Nov 6, 2014 1252
No limitations. Interview Oct 23, 2014 767
Doc shortages disrupt: medical pipeline programs hope to bring more physicians to underserved communities. Oct 23, 2014 1219
Law dean takes lead. Interview Aug 14, 2014 706
Recruiting ramps up: institutions are increasing efforts to attract top scholars, emphasizing notable alums and work. Aug 14, 2014 1194
A stem success. Interview Jul 31, 2014 791
Campus closings: leaders confront the thorny issue of closing or merging HBCUs. Jul 17, 2014 1250
African expert. Jun 5, 2014 742
Psych Prof advocates. Interview May 8, 2014 736
Urban education cohort: Jackson State's two-year higher ed executive Ph.D. program is celebrating its 10th anniversary. May 8, 2014 1231
The rise of the woman president: while female presidential appointments have increased at HBCUs, women face the same troubled campuses of their peers. Mar 13, 2014 1507
Too many women or not enough men? Many institutions are still struggling with gender imbalance. Mar 13, 2014 1253
Going Greek: while many Black Greek organizations celebrate centennials, criticism grows of their relevance. Feb 27, 2014 1245
Climbing the NCAA career ladder. Interview Jan 16, 2014 794
Native narrative: William J. Bauer Jr.'s Wailacki and Concow background has inspired his work to preserve California Indian history. Interview Jan 2, 2014 653
Alabama A&M's fiscal health improving. Interview Nov 7, 2013 736
HBCU-Latino connection: black institutions reach out to Hispanic populations and benefit culturally, as well as financially. Sep 26, 2013 1166
Grant funding enables Grambling to move scholars into STEM research. Aug 15, 2013 704
Higher ed institutions help train the unemployed for environmental jobs. Jul 18, 2013 705
More than a 'first'. Jun 20, 2013 717
Television Academy honors two FAMU students. Jun 6, 2013 706
Florida A&M University's Business School receives accreditation. May 23, 2013 699
Hope for the affluent: higher-income families seen as main beneficiaries of lottery-generated scholarships. Apr 25, 2013 1201
Suburban mayor bristles at Jackson state's plans to expand into her city. Feb 28, 2013 589
Crisis management: leaders reflect on high presidential turnovers at HBCUs. Cover story Jan 31, 2013 1215
Debt dilemma: student loan crisis leads to innovative solutions. Dec 20, 2012 1234
Election night demonstrations reiterate ongoing prevalence of racism. Dec 6, 2012 860
Asia and Ashley Matthew: excellence times two. Interview Oct 25, 2012 798
Mixing the pot: three Mississippi HBCUs embrace diversity. Oct 11, 2012 1424
Brett Pulley named dean of Hampton University's journalism and communications school. Sep 13, 2012 864
Study: economic conditions shape social involvement. Aug 16, 2012 602
The uphill climb: scholars see little progress in efforts to diversify faculty ranks. Jul 5, 2012 1367
Making the grade: at San Diego State University, retention and graduation rates garner national attention. Jun 7, 2012 1139
Committed to the cause: Dr. Huijun Li leaves Harvard for FAMU to enhance diversity component of research on mental health disparities. Interview May 24, 2012 772
Dream team: Drs. John and Suanne Roueche have played a key role in shaping the modern-day community college movement through their dynamic personal and professional partnership. May 10, 2012 1326
'The new economic reality': HBCU business schools encourage students to adapt, be flexible in a global market. Apr 12, 2012 1289
Closing the math achievement gap: institutions find success with MyMathLab. Mar 15, 2012 1140
Anita Hill calls for action on the housing crisis. Mar 1, 2012 869
Bridging the gap: Minnesota higher education institutions strive to embrace, understand Somali students. Dec 8, 2011 1202
Life lessons: University of Illinois MBA students work to remedy social ills on a South Dakota reservation. Nov 24, 2011 1101
Temple University's medical school leads a crime-fighting team. Oct 27, 2011 703
Chipping away at the glass ceiling: Dr. Vivian Fuller makes history, becoming the first woman to serve as athletics director at Jackson State University. Biography Sep 29, 2011 849
A wordsmith's future? Many HBCUS must contend with limited resources and students who have little desire to write as they fight to keep print and digital media alive on their campuses. Aug 4, 2011 1444
A leader among leaders: Miami Dade President Eduardo Padron heads presidential advisory panels on Latino education while also serving as chair of the American Council on Education board of directors. Cover story Jul 21, 2011 1175

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