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June 20 edition to feature Diverse Rising Graduate Scholars, Retirements, and Pride Month

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Maya Matthews Minter
Phone: 703.385.2411
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June 20 edition to feature Diverse Rising Graduate Scholars, Retirements, and Pride Month

FAIRFAX, Va. โ€” Diverse: Issues In Higher Education (Diverse) is pleased to announce that its June 20edition will feature, for a fourth consecutive year, a cohort of Diverse Rising Graduate Scholars.

With nominations pouring in from all over the country, the Diverse team identified this group of 10 exceptional graduate students based on their standout scholarship thus far and their trajectory toward a promising future in academia and beyond. In alphabetical order, they are:

Alonso Delgado
Biology
The Ohio State University

Jordan Ealy
Astronomy
University of Maryland College Park

Juana D. Hollingsworth
Higher Education
Morgan State University

Eric O. Ingram
Psychology
University of Kentucky

Passion Faith Lord
Higher Education
University of California, Los Angeles

Isabel Mendoza
Psychology
Illinois Institute of Technology

Jazmin Morales
Neuroscience
Brandeis University

Ann Ramirez
Bioengineering
University of Maryland College Park

Michael Reid, Jr.
Education
University of Texas at Austin

Victor Wing Heng Yuen
Music
University of Kentucky

 

In this must-read edition, we also shine a light on the perspectives of retiring higher ed leaders and provide a special focus on LGBTQ Pride Month.

 For 40 years, Diverse: Issues In Higher Education has been Americaโ€™s premier source of timely news, provocative commentary, insightful interviews, and in-depth special reports on diversity in higher education. Savvy individuals who appreciate the crucial and ever-changing role higher education plays in the lives of students and professionals, and their families and communities, make reading Diverse an enduring habit.

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