Emily Tate

Emily Tate, Reporting Intern, has previously reported for The Huffington Post’s politics team and The Columbus Dispatch. Her work has been published by the Associated Press and featured in over 60 newspapers nationwide. She is a graduate of Miami University, where she earned degrees in journalism and international studies.

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Most Recent Articles

January 26, 2017
University system’s plan to curtail notice for tenured professors dismissed for financial reasons from a year to 90 days provokes faculty concerns.
January 25, 2017
Student success depends, in large part, on the effectiveness of the faculty members instructing them, a report from the American Council on Education states.
January 24, 2017
Students at Oklahoma State University protested on campus Monday in response to two student-involved blackface incidents in the last week, The Tulsa World
January 23, 2017
Tens of thousands of students and academics join Women’s March on Washington.
January 19, 2017
Access to certain colleges has a lot to do with income, new study finds, but graduating college levels the playing field for students of all socioeconomic backgrounds.
January 17, 2017
University of Toronto supports an “anti-psychiatry” scholarship and the professor who championed it, but some fear impact of institutional endorsement of what they view as fake science.
January 11, 2017
As enrollment in graduate programs becomes more common, income, race and ethnicity continue to play major roles in determining who pursues these advanced degrees, according to research from the Urban Institute. A new report -- titled “Who Goes to Graduate School and Who Succeeds?” -- is the first in a series exploring graduate enrollment patterns, funding and completion. This brief explores the demographic breakdown of students who pursue advanced degrees. The authors came to several key conclusions in the report:
January 11, 2017
Some colleges are planning events for students and faculty members who want to be together on Jan. 20, but not to celebrate.
January 9, 2017
Student loan debt is not responsible for the rise in young people “boomeranging,” or returning home to live with their parents, according to a new study by researchers at Dartmouth College and Montana State University.


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