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UD Gains Record Number of Minority Students, Surpass National Average

UD Gains Record Number of Minority Students, Surpass National Average

November 23, 2020

The University of Dayton (OH) Fall 2020 undergraduate minority enrollment is better than the national average. The private, Catholic university’s recruiting efforts in the spring helped attract a record number of students from socioeconomic, racial and ethnic diverse backgrounds, officials said. It is also the only school among Montgomery and Greene County colleges that gained undergraduate students from nearly all racial and ethnic groups. 
The University of Dayton (OH) Fall 2020 undergraduate minority enrollment is better than the national average. The private, Catholic university’s recruiting efforts in the spring helped attract a record number of students from socioeconomic, racial and ethnic diverse backgrounds, officials said. It is also the only school among Montgomery and Greene County colleges that gained undergraduate students from nearly all racial and ethnic groups. 

November 23, 2020

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Inside Higher Ed

Private Colleges Keep Resetting Tuition

Private Colleges Keep Resetting Tuition

November 11, 2020

Several private colleges say their high sticker prices have scared students off in the past and that newly announced tuition resets were planned long before COVID-19 struck.
Several private colleges say their high sticker prices have scared students off in the past and that newly announced tuition resets were planned long before COVID-19 struck.

November 11, 2020

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The Washington Post

Historically Black Colleges and Universities Are Remaking American Politics - Opinion Piece

Historically Black Colleges and Universities Are Remaking American ...

November 11, 2020

Crystal R. Sanders writes: HBCUs are important producers of Black female leaders. Many of these colleges have fostered an institutional climate that makes room for the ideas, voices and leadership of their female students. From their inception in the 19th century, HBCUs have promoted a more inclusive idea of “We the People,” by providing educational opportunity to African Americans, Native Americans and women before it was common to do so. The diversity we see in American politics today is in large part due to these institutions, which nurtured Black leaders, political thinkers and strategists.
Crystal R. Sanders writes: HBCUs are important producers of Black female leaders. Many of these colleges have fostered an institutional climate that makes room for the ideas, voices and leadership of their female students. From their inception in the 19th century, HBCUs have promoted a more inclusive idea of “We the People,” by providing educational opportunity to African Americans, Native Americans and women before it was common to do so. The diversity we see in American politics today is in large part due to these institutions, which nurtured Black leaders, political thinkers and strategists.

November 11, 2020

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The Chronicle of Higher Education

Why Some Stanford Professors Want the Hoover Institution Gone

Why Some Stanford Professors Want the Hoover Institution Gone

November 11, 2020

Controversial pandemic pronouncements test an uneasy relationship.
Controversial pandemic pronouncements test an uneasy relationship.

November 11, 2020

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Inside Higher Ed

Notre Dame Faculty Register Disappointment in President

Notre Dame Faculty Register Disappointment in President

November 09, 2020

The Faculty Senate at the University of Notre Dame voted by a 29 to 13 margin in favor of a resolution expressing disappointment in President John I. Jenkins’s actions during a Sept. 26 White House event he attended where masking and social distancing protocols were not followed, the South Bend Tribune reported.
The Faculty Senate at the University of Notre Dame voted by a 29 to 13 margin in favor of a resolution expressing disappointment in President John I. Jenkins’s actions during a Sept. 26 White House event he attended where masking and social distancing protocols were not followed, the South Bend Tribune reported.

November 09, 2020

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