ADVANCING THE CONVERSATION ON DIVERSITY, EQUITY,
AND INCLUSION IN HIGHER EDUCATION AND BEYOND

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Apprentice Network Creates a Pipeline of Diverse Talent in Chicago, and...

An apprentice network that started in Chicago to train future employees for the corporate sector as they pursue a free college education is now...

Growth in Racial Diversity Among Architects is Slow, but Experts Say...

Despite recent evidence showing racial diversity in the architecture field is growing slowly, prominent Black architects refrain from calling the increase an achievement. They...

Inclusion for Black Mathematicians: A Q&A with Edray Goins

In 1925, Indiana resident Elbert Frank Cox graduated from Cornell University and became the first African American to earn a PhD in mathematics. Nearly...

Hundreds Quarantined After Measles Outbreak at Los Angeles Universities

Hundreds of students and faculty members remained in quarantine Friday after a measles outbreak at two Los Angeles universities. At California State University Los Angeles...

Higher Education Leaders, Others Urge America’s Next President to Embrace Global...

Last week, a group of 32 leaders in higher education, foreign policy, peace building, and national security released a collective statement urging the next...

Georgetown University to Offer Slave Descendants Preferential Admission

In an effort to address its responsibility to acknowledge and respond to its history of slavery, Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., will now offer...

UW-Madison to Test Diversity Training Program on Incoming Freshmen

With hopes of providing an opportunity for students to learn about themselves and others, the University of Wisconsin-Madison plans to test a new diversity...