Thursday, October 13, 2011
Many faculty members across the country struggle with issues around equity in pay and benefits. Campus Equity Week starts Oct 24 - 30. Here is a website on what you can do on your campus and what other have done!
Wednesday, October 12, 2011
The NACME Fellows program was created to provide an opportunity for individuals and companies interested in establishing a named scholarship program in support of NACME’s mission to increase the representation of underrepresented (URM) minorities in engineering. Click here for more information.
Friday, October 7, 2011
Monday, October 3, 2011
The Georgia Association of Special Programs Personnel (GASPP) will sponsor its 10th Annual Student Initiative Weekend November 12-14, 2010
The Georgia Association of Special Programs Personnel (GASPP) will sponsor its 10th Annual Student Initiative Weekend November 12-14, 2010, at the newly renovated Atlanta Airport Marriott, in College Park, GA. The Student Initiative Weekend consists of the Educational Talent Search Academic Bowl, the Educational Talent Search High Q Competition and Essay Contest, the Upward Bound Scholars’ Bowl Competition, the Ronald E. McNair Post- Baccalaureate Achievement Program/Student Support Services Debate Competition, and the Student Leadership Conference which consists of a variety of leadership trainings and workshops. There will also be a semi-formal Awards Banquet held on Saturday evening.
The proposed House 2012 Budget Bill will end aid to many minority-serving institutions while cutting spending on Hispanic-serving institutions by 83 percent and on historically black colleges by 36 percent. I am writing my Congressman right NOW! You should too.
He proclaims to deliver deliver the real-life, hands-on information you need now to get through the hoops of academe. Click here for more information.
Sunday, October 2, 2011
CollegeBoard offers free workshop for counselors. Get the information that will help you get your students ready for college. Fall Counselor Workshops bring you the latest program developments, tools and resources to help your students succeed. Click here for more information.
New College Board Report: Latino College Completion Rate at Only 19.2%, National at 41.1%. Click here for the full report.
Posted by Dr. Anthony Salandy at 8:41 AM