CUNY sociologists say it takes far more than six years to see the benefits of higher education for disadvantaged students.
Controversial image causes a retraction and an apology from University of Virginia's student newspaper, but underlying racial tensions remain.
Officials of historically black universities challenge research suggesting that their graduates have lost earnings power compared to alumni of white institutions.
U.S. study offers comprehensive portrait of status of black, Hispanic and other Americans in higher education -- but its most revealing data may be on the college gender gap.
Annual report finds gains for all racial and ethnic groups, but black and Hispanic Americans continue to lag their white peers in college-going rate.
1,100 black, Hispanic and other minority Ph.D.'s and doctoral students gather for advice and kinship in a setting where they're more than a "speck in a room."
19 university systems join new effort to improve college-going and graduation rates of low-income and minority students -- vowing to halve existing disparities within 8 years.
Research on women and minorities in the sciences and social sciences examines the entire population of professors at top 100 departments in 15 fields.
“Redshirts,” written by a Middlebury lecturer and playwright, tackles the rocky relationship between academics and athletics at a fictional Division I university.
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