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HBCU Accountability and Outcomes: What Matters
Listen to the recording of this engaging conversation with national thought-leaders.
Apr 19th, 2022
Survival Strategies for BIPOC Higher Ed Administrators
Mar 15th, 2022
Meeting the Mental Health Needs of Minority College Students
Dec 7th, 2021
Ensuring Equitable Access and Inclusion During a Pandemic
We cannot lose focus on equitable access and inclusion amid the chaos that COVID-19 has wreaked on higher education and the current and prospective students we serve.
Sep 22nd, 2020
The Fight for Tenure: An Uphill Battle for Minoritized Faculty
The tenure denial of Dr. Paul C. Harris, an education professor at The University of Virginia has galvanized the nation. Support for Dr. Harris’s appeal to UVA’s Faculty Senate Grievance Committee is growing with thousands signing on to a letter demanding
Jul 1st, 2020
Addressing Racism and Structural Inequity in America— What Role Does Higher Education have to play?
In the wake of George Floyd’s killing, the nation and indeed the world, has galvanized to call attention to police brutality and racist practices against African-Americans. What’s next? More specifically what can higher education do to facilitate lasting
Jun 19th, 2020
College Athletics After COVID-19; What is the Impact? What Are the Ramifications?
Back in early March it seemed drastic and maybe draconian when Harvard University cancelled hosting the Ivy League basketball tournament. The domino effect from that decision has been far reaching, had unexpected consequences and continued to wreak havoc
May 27th, 2020
Will Diversity Suffer After the Budget Crisis from COVID-19: And the Remaining Unanswered Big Diversity Questions
Budget cuts are coming from federal, state and local sources, some students aren’t returning, some institutions are being sued and endowments have shrunk. Yet we haven’t even discussed the existing furloughs, hiring freezes, pay cuts, halting...
May 7th, 2020
What You Can Do to Recruit and Retain Diverse Faculty and Staff During COVID-19
Don’t want all of your time, resources and efforts wasted on your previous diversity recruitment efforts?
Apr 22nd, 2020
Calling Out Xenophobia, Racism and Intolerance During the COVID-19 Crisis
With more access to digital platforms it’s no surprise there has been a correlating rise in the number of incidents involving cyber bullying, racism, sexism and the like. With virtually all institutions online now due to COVID-19, what can we do to combat
Apr 17th, 2020
Part II: Three More Big Diversity-related Questions resulting from COVID-19
Join CoopLew and Diverse: Issues In Higher Education for Part II of a national conversation about three big diversity-related questions in higher education resulting in the onset of COVID-19. The COVID-19 Pandemic has drastically and perhaps permanently..
Apr 3rd, 2020
Three Big Diversity-Related Questions Resulting from the COVID-19 Crisis
Join CoopLew and Diverse: Issues In Higher Education for a national conversation about three big diversity-related questions in higher education resulting in the onset of COVID-19. The COVID-19 Pandemic has drastically and perhaps permanently changed...
Mar 27th, 2020
Does Testing Serve a Purpose in Holistic Application Review? with ETS
During this complimentary webinar, David G. Payne, Vice President and COO of the Global Education Division at ETS, will share a sampling of promising graduate admissions practices that aim to address the hurdles that prevent graduate institutions from...
Jul 19th, 2018
Supporting Noncognitive Factors: Connecting Students with Resources, from Theory to Practice with ETS
Apr 28th, 2018
Understanding the Impact of Your Curriculum on Student Learning
Sep 20th, 2017
Transforming Minority Student Success from the Top Down and Bottom Up
Mar 29th, 2017
Making a Business Case for Campus Diversity
Sep 15th, 2015
Higher Education Access and Opportunity in a Shifting Legal Landscape with Pearson
Aug 11th, 2015
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Report Suggests New Avenues for K-12 Civics Assessment
A newly-released report is shining a light on how K-12 civic learning can be promoted and monitored.
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Two Years After the Murder of George Floyd, Colleges Reflect
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