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Apr 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.

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"The Next Generation of Students" is a new compilation of articles from Inside Higher Ed. You may download a free copy here.

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Archive

July 15, 2011
Women are taking more spots on deans' councils. At U. of Richmond, 4 of 5 deans are women. Will they change academic leadership?
July 5, 2011
Federal appeals court says Michigan's electorate doesn't have right to ban public universities from considering race in admissions.
June 29, 2011
Study finds students are more likely to see gay and lesbian professors as biased than they are straight professors -- based on the same syllabus.
June 28, 2011
The "model minority" myth notwithstanding, many Asian students need help succeeding in college. A new association wants to make sure they get it.
June 28, 2011

Women from Pakistan, Canada and the United States consider the implications of the brutal attack on a graduate student from Bangladesh -- and the reactions to it.

June 27, 2011

The authors of Academically Adrift may be letting black students off the hook, to the students' own detriment, writes Roy L. Beasley.

June 27, 2011
Looking for savings, Tennessee State eliminates "low-producing" majors, including physics and Africana studies. Critics ask why a black college would cut such offerings.
May 27, 2011
U.S. Education Department expands on edict to colleges about not shutting out disabled students with technology.
May 25, 2011
Association's penalties for athletes' poor classroom performance particularly affect college sports' "have-nots" — especially black institutions.
May 24, 2011

State leaders who want to improve historically black colleges need to focus on students and budget fairness, not governance changes, writes James T. Minor.

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