Diversity

 
Nov 12, 2018
Former Harvard dean's tweet against required faculty diversity statements sets off debate.

Booklets

"Recruitment, Diversity and Success" is Inside Higher Ed's new print-on-demand compilation of articles.

The booklet, which may be downloaded here, features articles on issues related to the recruitment of diverse student bodies and examples of institutional experiments and successes.

Inside Higher Ed's editors will play host to a free webinar to discuss the issues explored in the compilation on Wednesday, June 15, at 2 p.m. Eastern. Click here to register for the webinar or learn more.

The booklet is made possible in part by advertising support from Workday.

Archive

February 26, 2013

A professor's reflection on personalities prevalent in academe strikes a chord with scholars.

February 20, 2013

Study challenges earlier research that found black applicants less likely than comparable white applicants to receive NIH grants.

February 18, 2013

Emory president praises Constitution's three-fifths compromise as model for dealing with disagreements today.  Facing outrage, he apologizes for "clumsiness and insensitivity."

February 15, 2013

A second librarian's blog becomes the target of a potential lawsuit from a disgruntled publisher.

February 14, 2013

Faculty advocates outline recommendations for faculty and campus communities to combat rape.

February 8, 2013

A university librarian finds himself sued for questioning the quality of an academic press.

February 6, 2013

Three deaf leaders of Gallaudet gathered Tuesday to discuss the legacy of the movement that led to their appointments.

February 5, 2013

As Stanford spurs discussion of trimming time-to-degree for Ph.D.s, CUNY offers model for public institutions that might want to kill tradition of grad school as a place you "check in and never check out."

January 31, 2013

Senior Africana studies professors at Penn pledge to skip president's dinner, saying diversity push at Penn is more talk than action.

January 28, 2013

With two high-profile higher education cases under consideration, labor board says it will carry on as usual despite an appeals court's ruling that calls into question the legitimacy of its appointees.

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