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How 1,000+ prospective HBCU students conducted their college search

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Blogs How 1,000+ prospective HBCU students conducted their college search Key insights from our 2023 Student Communication Preferences Survey The recent Supreme Court decision on affirmative action has many HBCU leaders wondering whether they’ll see an influx of enrollment for fall 2024.

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Webinar Recap: International takes on Higher Education student conduct & complaints

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Across the globe there is a continued concern on how higher education institutions handle student conduct, complaints, and polices when it comes to incidents of sexual assault and harassment.

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Webinar Recap: Building Bridges Between Student Conduct and Disability Services

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With the rise in young adult mental health challenges and the needs of students with a disability amplified by a global pandemic, institutions across the country are experiencing an increased need for on-campus case and crisis management services.

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University of Maryland to Investigate Fraternities, Sororities

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

The missive — signed by Dr. James McShay, assistant vice president for student affairs and interim director of fraternity and sorority life, and Dr. James Bond, director of student conduct— references the Code of Student Conduct and the university's Hazing Policy.

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Only 13 Percent of Students See Middle East as Key Issue

Confessions of a Community College Dean

Though 45 percent of students say they agree with pro-Palestinian protests on campuses, only 13 percent consider the conflict in the Middle East the most important of nine issues, according to a survey of 1,250 two- and four-year college students conducted by Generation Lab and reported by Axios.

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$68M Investment at Notre Dame Aims at Mental Health Crisis

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Monies will go toward technology to advance Notre Dame's psychology and neuroscience research, expand the number of faculty members (tripling the number of students) conducting mental health-related research on campus, and increase mental health services for students and the availability of mental health care elsewhere in the South Bend region.

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Dr. David E. Jones Appointed First CDO of New Jersey Institute of Technology

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

In the past, he was director of the Paul Robeson Cultural Center at Rutgers University in New Brunswick and director of residence life and student conduct at the City University of New York. “My My lived experiences have informed my career and life’s work,” Jones said.