Record Numbers of American Students Accepting Offers From Canadian Universities

May 22, 2017

Immediately after last year's presidential election, Canadian universities started to report record traffic on their websites, coming from American high school students. Then the universities started to report more trips to campus from south of the border. And more applications.

Professor Giving up a Tenure-track Job and Taking Family Back to Canada Over Racism

May 9, 2017

A professor of music theory at Elon University is walking away from the job she loves and moving back to Canada with no immediate other employment prospects. Why? Racism in the U.S. is taking a toll on her family.

Divinity, Diversity and Division

May 9, 2017

Professor calls diversity training workshop to which colleagues were invited a “waste,” setting off debate about inclusiveness and civility.

Two Community College Presidents Shattering Stereotypes

May 5, 2017

In 1972, Rowena Tomaneng’s parents moved their family from the Philippines to the Los Angeles area. Six years later, Thuy Thi Nguyen and her family were among “boat people” who left Vietnam. Each is a ­first-year college president.

Racial Incidents at 3 Campuses

May 2, 2017

Three campuses are experiencing heightened racial tensions following recent incidents: 1. Sit-In at St. Olaf; 2. Bananas have again become a source of racial tension at American University; 3. Mexican Stereotypes at Baylor Party.

Penn State Chapter Hosted National MANRRS Conference

April 13, 2017

On March 29-April 2nd, 2017, Penn State MANRRS Chapter traveled to Pittsburgh for the National MANRRS Conference.

Diverse Conversations: What Minority High School Students Need to Know About College

April 5, 2017

Companies are listing bachelor’s degrees as requirements on vacancy announcements. In addition, as technology replaces the work of employees in certain traditionally unskilled labor positions, the number of opportunities for those with just a high school diploma only seems to shrink.

New Budget Proposal May Hit Hispanic-Serving Institutions Hardest

March 20, 2017

After meeting with President Trump and members of Congress in late February, presidents of historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) hoped that there might be more support for their institutions. Those hopes were not realized when the administration rolled out its budget proposal on Thursday.

Scholars: Student Hunger, Homelessness Underrecognized

March 16, 2017

Of all the students who visited the food pantry at Montgomery College in recent times, one that stood out for pantry worker and honors student Elizabeth Zabala is the young man who came to get something to eat for a specific assignment.

Diversity Officers Under Trump: Rattled but Voicing Resolve

March 15, 2017

The task of making college students feel welcome on campus has been greatly complicated by both the election of President Trump and the political currents that helped put him in office, said campus diversity officers who gathered here on Tuesday.

Renowned Black Law Professor Files Complaint Against Campbell University for Discrimination

March 2, 2017

Black law professor who gained national exposure for having predicted Donald J. Trump’s election victory in an eight-month series of 2016 television appearances and Harvard Law Record articles, has filed federal civil rights charges against Campbell University.

Doubts on Diversifying the Facultly

January 31, 2017

Many colleges and universities have for years been stating that they are trying to attract more minority faculty members. And for just as long, critics have been saying that colleges aren't doing all they can.

Justice Sotomayor Says Universities Need More Diversity

January 31, 2017

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor on Monday said future diversity on college campuses is a key to diversifying society at large, noting that the number of Black students at the University of Michigan is a “real problem.”

Addressing Racist Microaggressions

January 10, 2017

Many colleges and universities pride themselves on their commitment to diversity, yet that commitment often seems to be superficial, writes Macy Wilson.

Can We Really Measure Implicit Bias? Maybe Not

January 6, 2017

About 70 percent of people who take the race version of the Implicit Association Test prefer faces with typically European-American features over those with African-American features.

On the Front Lines of a New Culture War

January 4, 2017

St. Cloud State University spent 15 years trying to become a beacon of diversity and tolerance while its city fought over the arrival of Muslim refugees. Then Donald Trump came along.