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Tag: culture

University of Maryland to Open Cultural Centers for Marginalized Students

The University of Maryland at College Park announced this week that it will create five new cultural centers for underrepresented students to address the...

Taking Hispanic Heritage Celebrations to a Higher Level

President Lyndon Johnson first established Hispanic Heritage Week in 1968 as a time of commemoration. In 1988, President Ronald Reagan expanded it to a 30-day period, from...

AABHE Inspires African American Leadership with a Focus on Retaining Culture

While many colleges and universities are striving to become more diverse, the American Association of Blacks in Higher Education (AABHE) President Kenneth P. Monteiro,...

Attracting Diverse Employees Requires Improved Access to Cultural Amenities

When I was studying for my master’s degree, one of my professors reiterated Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s statement that Sunday morning is the...

Crossing the Cultural Divide

How higher education is working to make students culturally competent in an increasingly diverse world As the population of the United States continues to increase, so...

INSIGHT Publisher to Attend Hispanic Heritage Celebration at White House

To commemorate the conclusion of Hispanic Heritage Month and the 25th anniversary of the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics, a reception...