Speaking to greater trends surrounding caretaker responsibilities, COVID-19 transmissions, and pre-existing dynamics within academia, the pandemic appears to have disproportionately impacted women, Black, brown, gay, nonbinary, and disabled faculty.
A new report from the National Center for Education Statistics provides insight into results from the Baccalaureate and Beyond Longitudinal Study (B&B:08/18), which examines employment and educational experiences of 2008 baccalaureate graduates.
A new dashboard and accompanying report from California Competes highlights data on college access, employment, and prosperity indicators, which include cost of rent, student debt, commute times, and business deserts.
As the pandemic continues exacerbating the effects of structural barriers that communities of color face in our country, now is the time to commit to diversity, equity, and inclusion work and make a true difference in the lives of our students and campus communities. Auburn’s Taffye Benson Clayton writes about the work of ACE’s community of practice on DEI.
The National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA) will present a webinar Jan. 27 on “Are You a Good Gift or a Bad Gift? Legal and Practical Issues in Charitable Gifts to Colleges and Universities.”
A new research brief from the Center for Minority Serving Institutions (CMSIs) at Rutgers University, in collaboration with the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), provides examples of model HBCUs who are employing strategies to support their LGBTQ+ students.
Pay and opportunity gaps are seen in demographic breakdowns among full-time faculty who identify as women and people of color in a data snapshot released by the American Association of University Professors.
The National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA) will present a webinar Jan. 21 to discuss the mental health concerns affecting college students as well as some of the modalities that campuses are using to address student mental health during the pandemic.
The percentage of recent high school graduates who enrolled in college in the fall 2020 semester decreased by nearly 22 percentage points, compared with 2019 high school graduates, according to a new report from the National Student Clearinghouse.
ACE is pleased to co-sponsor the National Association of College and University Attorney’s Winter 2021 Virtual CLE Workshop, COVID, Culture, & Climate: Responding to a Challenging Campus Environment, scheduled for Feb. 3-5, 2021.