Some of the nation’s largest corporations are partnering with HBCUs to recruit new hires and increase awareness of potential career paths.
The Freeman Hrabowski Scholars Program will invest in early-career academic scientists in honor of University of Maryland Baltimore County’s outgoing president, who helped transform UMBC into the nation’s top producer of Black scientists and engineers.
Experts hope historically Black medical schools will graduate more Black doctors to meet the needs of communities that will bear the brunt of future physician shortages.
As Ramadan began this spring, colleges introduced programs to create a sense of belonging among Muslim students during their holiest month of the year.
College admission counseling offices are disproportionately white compared with the students they serve, signaling a need for more inclusive recruitment and training.
A new study finds that students from affluent households are overrepresented in U.S. medical schools across all racial and ethnic groups, hampering the development of a more diverse physician workforce.
Georgetown University has launched a new initiative to support an interdisciplinary, diverse community of students pursuing doctoral degrees in the biomedical sciences.
After three decades as one of higher education’s most influential leaders, University of Maryland Baltimore County President Freeman A. Hrabowski III is preparing to retire, having transformed UMBC into a model for educating diverse students.
Many selective public institutions are struggling to increase access for Black students, and Temple University is no exception. The Philadelphia Inquirer took a closer look.
Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business has established a DEI MBA Scholarship Fund as part of its commitment to attracting students with an array of perspectives and experiences.
Attracting students with an array of perspectives and experiences is an ongoing priority for Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, whose incoming classes are some of the most diverse to date.
For new students entering college, finding their way and achieving a sense of belonging can be an arduous process. A new book questions who should shoulder that responsibility.