Diversity

 
Jan 07, 2020
What happens when racial incidents are viewed differently by students who experience them in real time and administrators who try to address the incidents after the fact? At American University, the answer is complicated.

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April 29, 2019

Vanderbilt scholar was talking about his new book, Dying of Whiteness.

April 24, 2019

University of South Carolina hears from students and professors after a presidential search committee -- one that's mostly male -- proposes four finalists who are all male, three of them white.

April 24, 2019

Chapman University removes posters from prominent places in its film school after students object to centrality of a work full of racism.

April 22, 2019

Jewish groups offer evidence about a late professor's actions and ask why university would accept funds to endow a scholarship in his name.

April 15, 2019

Barnard places on leave campus safety officers and a supervisor involved in incident with black student that many are calling racial profiling.

April 12, 2019

Students back measure to each pay $27.20 a semester. University isn't saying whether it will adopt the idea.

April 11, 2019

Alecea Standlee recommends some policies and practices that college administrators and faculty members should consider to help such students succeed.

April 11, 2019

A necessary recognition of very real challenges facing such students should be balanced with helping them express the distinctive knowledge and skills they bring to college, argues William G. Durden.

April 1, 2019

Yale has pledged millions for faculty diversity, but 13 professors who teach in its ethnicity, race and migration studies program say they'll walk if they don't get the resources and autonomy they've been promised.

March 28, 2019

In much of higher education, using a slur against a student in a televised event might result in more than just a slap on the wrist. Why is it different if the slur is a way to mock gay people and takes place during March Madness?

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