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Indigenous American Scholarships May Fall Short
Some recent scholarship programs for Indigenous American students don’t live up to the hype, Gresham D. Collom writes.
MathFest in Florida? Some LGBTQ+ Mathematicians Aren’t Going
The Mathematical Association of America is facing controversy for deciding to host its big annual conference in Tampa.
A Battle Over DEI in Central Virginia
Despite their differences, both the Virginia Military Institute and the University of Virginia have defended diversity, equity and inclusion efforts in the face of criticism.
An Exaggerated Death of DEI at UNC’s Med School
Multiple outlets reported that a diversity, equity and inclusion task force’s recommendations at UNC’s School of Medicine aren’t moving forward. The truth appears more complex.
Combating Lack of Diversity in STEM: Academic Minute
Israel vs. Palestine, on Rate My Professors?
Two Jewish math professors say they asked for Zionist programming after seeing Palestinian programming on campus. Now, they suggest someone at the college “leaked” their request, leading to retaliation.
Cultural Centers Meet Academic Services
Universities are seeking ways to improve educational outcomes for minority students. At UC Davis, that means creating identity-based centers that are also hubs for academic and mental health support.
A Bridge Between HBCUs and High Schools
A group of HBCUs is participating in a nationwide effort to bring college coursework to low-income high school students.