When it comes to diversity in higher education, recent experiences represent a clarion call for respect and change.
campus diversity Archive
Using endowment funds to expand financial aid, BU experiences a sizable increase in the percentage of frosh who come from low-income …
The headline says it all: “Even With Affirmative Action, Blacks and Hispanics Are More Underrepresented at Top Colleges Than 35 Years …
Here’s why. Look over this interactive graphic from The New York Times.
Suggestions from the Editorial Board of The Washington Post.
“Impostor syndrome is often a factor in the relationship between discrimination & depression and anxiety.” Read more from USAToday.
Find the answer at this interactive feature published in The New York Times.
Here is John Etchemendy’s essay, reprinted from Today’s Academe.
Why? For whom? Read Jeff Selingo’s thoughtful piece published recently in The Washington Post.
“An outrageous act of hate and intolerance and we are sickened by this vile video.” Read more here.
As one Cal St. University put it: “As the student body gets darker, the funding gets lighter.” Read a report …
It’s especially relevant for America’s top colleges and universities. Read more from The New York Times.
Read details from The Institute of International Education.
Read more here.
Ruth Graham, Wheaton College alumna, writes expressively about Larycia Hawkins, the first black woman to receive tenure at Wheaton. Hawkins left …