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‘There is Solidarity Here’: A Q&A with LGBTQ College Presidents

While the number of openly LGBTQ faculty, staff, and administrators on college and university campuses has risen in recent years, this demographic remains vastly...

Clark Atlanta University Launches First-of-Its-Kind Institute for HBCU Presidents

Clark Atlanta University (CAU) has launched a first-of-its-kind program to train future historically Black college and university (HBCU) presidents, the school announced last week. ...

Susan R. Wente Named First Woman to Serve as Wake Forest...

Susan R. Wente has been named the 14th president of Wake Forest University, the school announced last week. Wente will be the first woman to serve...

Leaders at HEED Award Institutions Are Speaking Out

Presidents and chancellors from various HEED Award institutions shared their perspectives with INSIGHT Into Diversity on how receiving this prestigious national honor has positively...

From Classroom Leader to College President, One Woman of Color Works...

Growing up in the small town of Clarksville, Missouri, Katherine Conway-Turner, PhD, says she never knew a Black person with a college degree. Today, she...

Study Indicates Little Progress in the Diversification of College and University...

According to the eighth edition of the American Council on Education’s (ACE) American College President Study (ACPS), which analyzed 2016 data from 1,500 colleges...

Asians and Pacific Islanders Are Scarce in Higher Ed Leadership, but...

While it is unclear just how many Asians and Pacific Islanders (APIs) hold senior-level positions in higher education, some people may be surprised to...

Ascend Helps Pan-Asian Business Professionals Soar to New Heights

While Asians tend to be well represented in North American businesses, their numbers are much smaller in corporate leadership positions. Specifically, only 18 percent of...