University of Delaware Accused of Racial Discrimination Over COVID Protocols
A former University of Delaware police officer has accused the school and its police chief of racial discrimination, claiming in a federal lawsuit that he was fired after calling out his superiors for risking officers’ health during the height of the coro
Meet the Medical Student Who's Diversifying Medical Illustrations
Medical student Chidiebere Ibe took up illustrating medical conditions and human anatomy in July 2020, when it was becoming clear that COVID-19 lockdowns weren’t going anywhere anytime soon.
2022 Emerging Scholar: Ailton “Santo” Coleman
In early 2000s a young Ailton “Santo” Coleman enthusiastically joined the U.S. Peace Corps, agreeing to serve as an education volunteer in the Republic of Kiribati, an island nation of 32 atolls in the Central Pacific Ocean.
Report Draws Correlation Between Well-Being and Opportunity
Policy report examines the interplay among critical forces that strengthen or weaken opportunities.
U.S. Dept. of Education Adds Funds to American Rescue Plan to Address Basic Needs
The U.S. Department of Education announced an additional $198 million will be added to the American Rescue Plan to address barriers to success in higher education, including housing and food insecurity.
Restoring Trust in Public Health Among Underrepresented Populations
Among diverse populations and throughout underrepresented communities, hesitancy remains around the safety and effectiveness of public health initiatives.
Higher Education May Boost Heart Health—but Not Equally for All Races, Ethnicities
The Whitest Specialty: As Medicine Strives to Close Its Diversity Gaps, One Field Remains a Stubborn Outlier
Med Schools Enroll Most Diverse Class On Record in 2021
U.S. medical schools enrolled their most diverse class, according to new data by the Association of American Medical Colleges.
Tampa Bay Doctor’s Program Aims To Boost Minority Representation in Medicine
Study: How NYC Legislation Addresses Gender Equity
Higher education may be able to learn from New York City’s recent gender equity legislation, say authors of a new study.
Culture Must Be Up Front and Center – Not an Afterthought -- in Counseling Black and Other Minoritized Clients
We continue to be flabbergasted, dismayed, and upset about the persistent and pervasive under-representation of Black and other minoritized professionals in counseling, psychological, and mental health professions.
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CU Boulder to Lift Campus Mask Mandate on Monday
21-Year-Old Helps Raise $1.3M for University of Iowa’s Children’s Hospital
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University of Nebraska Medical Center Rural Health Care Facility Proposed on UN at Kearney Campus
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