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INSIGHT Welcomes Dr. Karen Jones as New Editorial Board Member

INSIGHT Into Diversity is pleased to welcome Karen A. Clinton Jones, PhD, as the newest member of the magazine’s Editorial Board. As Binghamton University’s inaugural Vice President of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Jones leads...
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Bomb Threat Made Against University of Utah’s Black Cultural Center Following Student Protests

University of Utah police investigated a bomb threat Tuesday made against the school’s Black Cultural Center by a caller who stated he was a 17-year-old neo-Nazi, according to officials. The threat came less than a...

Lawsuit Claims Top Universities Conspired to Limit Financial Aid

A class-action lawsuit filed Sunday claims Yale, Columbia, Georgetown, and a dozen other top universities violated antitrust laws by conspiring to restrict the amount of financial aid offered to students. The suit, filed by five...

American Indian College Fund Launches New Teacher Program to Increase Native Representation

The American Indian College Fund will soon launch a teacher education program to increase the number of Indigenous educators that serve in rural and reservation-based K-12 classrooms. The two-and-a-half-year program, funded by a $2.25 million...
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Several HBCUs Receive Bomb Threats

Seven historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) received bomb threats this week, resulting in a string of evacuations and police investigations. The schools that reported bomb threats are the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff,...