As the White House gears up to host the first-ever White House Tribal Youth Gathering this July, Christine Nelson looks at efforts to expand higher education opportunities for American Indian and Alaskan Native students.
From a new ACE infographic on American Indians and Alaska Natives in Undergraduate Education, an overview of where these students are enrolled:
This video accompanies the newly released paper, “Moving the Needle on Predictive Analytics.” The paper and video are the newest installments in a series of Quick Hit briefs on current and emerging topics in the realm of higher education attainment and innovation.
Several HBCUS are getting an extra boost encouraging careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields thanks to a unique new partnership with Google.
This week a groundbreaking partnership was announced between UNC-Chapel Hill, a leader at the forefront of AIDS research, and GlaxoSmithKline, one of the top producers of HIV drugs, to create a new venture that will leverage government funds, private investment and research to accelerate the search to eradicate AIDS.
Beth Stroble, president of Webster University in Missouri, explores the possibilities for colleges and universities under the United States’ new relationship with Cuba.
A new report from the Education Commission of the States maintains that state grant programs should better meet the needs of modern students, who increasingly are taking a range of different paths to higher education.
Inside Higher Ed has a great look at an apprentice program started at Old Dominion University that allows students to earn a bachelor’s degree in mechanical or electrical engineering while also working full-time as an apprentice at a local shipyard.