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Survey Shows Pandemic Continues to Impact Student Mental Health
Data released this week shows that 88% of students say there’s a mental health crisis at colleges and universities.
January 13, 2022
Agnes Scott College and Morehouse School of Medicine Launch Partnership Programs
Agnes Scott College, a women's liberal arts college, and Morehouse School of Medicine are partnering to offer an Early Commitment Program and Pre-Medical Linkage Program.
January 12, 2022
AP Computer Science Principles is Diversifying Computer Science
The College Board found that its AP Computer Science Principles (AP CSP) course attracted diverse students.
December 27, 2021
Pilot Program in Ohio Aims to Help Students With Stranded Credits
December 16, 2021
Institutions Recognized for Creating Partnerships Centered on Workforce Development
Five institutions are the recipients of grants that will be used to create partnerships with local community organizations and businesses aimed at providing students with the skills they’ll need to successfully enter the workforce upon graduation.
December 15, 2021
Rapper Megan Thee Stallion Earns Bachelor's Degree from Texas Southern University
December 13, 2021
Panel Proposes Ways to Meet the Mental Health Needs of Minority Students
The twin challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic and America’s racial reckoning have put the mental health of minority students under severe strain. On Tuesday, Diverse hosted a panel of experts for a virtual discussion of how this issue can be addressed.
December 7, 2021
Fellowship for Doctoral Economics Students Renewed for Four More Years, Thanks to $1M Gift
December 7, 2021
Southern Miss Students Compile Research Site Dedicated to Man Denied Entry to the School in 1950s
December 6, 2021
N.C. A&T Volleyball Star Dies from Aneurysm, Described as 'Fierce Competitor, Sweet Person'
December 1, 2021
Can — and Should — Chatbots Help Students Navigate Mental Health Crises?
As higher education tackles a worsening student mental health crisis, many are turning to technology.
November 30, 2021
NYU Panel Takes On Declining Male Enrollment
NYU’s Steinhardt Institute for Higher Education hosted a Zoom panel Thursday entitled “The Missing Men: How Can Higher Education Respond?”
November 18, 2021
Law Firm Akin Gump Creates Fellowship for Howard Students in Honor of Vernon E. Jordan Jr.
November 18, 2021
Nov. 18 Panel to Discuss the Increasing Loss of Male Students
The panel will focus on research findings and professional practices, offering social science insights about gender, self-concept for young men, the pressures they face and racial differences in their experiences.
November 11, 2021
CDC Hosts Virtual Recruitment Event for HBCU Students
On Tuesday, November 9, the CDC will hold a virtual recruiting event for students and recent graduates of historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs).
November 5, 2021
$3M Grant From NSF To Help UC Irvine Retain STEM Students
November 3, 2021
Student Activists in Virginia and New Jersey Attempt to Match Record-Setting 2020 Turnout
College students voted at a record-setting rate in the 2020 presidential election. Now, Virginia and New Jersey are hosting heated battles for their governor’s mansions, and campus activists are vying to get out the student vote.
November 1, 2021
Excelencia in Education Names Top Four Latino Student Success Programs
October 28, 2021
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