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JBHE Weekly Bulletin for 11-30-17

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JBHE Weekly Bulletin
November 30, 2017

Here are links to some of the top stories published at this past week. Click on a headline to read the full article.

Study Reveals Historical Racial Biases Persist in How We Track Students Today

Kathryn Kirchgasler, of the University of Kansas, has produced research that shows how U.S. students have been separated into different levels of science classes for more than a century and how research and standardized testing have perpetuated those inequalities.

A Smaller But Still Significant Racial Gap in Home Computer Use

In 2015, 88 percent of non-Hispanic White households had a computer in the home. For Blacks, only 80.1 percent of all households had a home computer. Thus, nearly one in five Black households did not have a home computer.

Students From Sub-Saharan African Nations at U.S. Colleges and Universities, 2016-17

The Institute for International Education reports that in the 2015-16 academic year, there were 37,735 students from sub-Saharan Africa enrolled at colleges and universities in the United States. The number of students from sub-Saharan Africa was up 6.7 percent from the prior year.

Black Alumna of Franklin and Marshall College Named a Mitchell Scholar

A native of Guinea in West Africa, Fatoumata Keita will travel to Ireland with the hope of obtaining a master’s degree in gender and women’s studies at Trinity College Dublin. She is a graduate of Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and now works for Bloomberg Philanthropies.

Johns Hopkins University Research Shows Racial Disparities in Surgical Care

The researchers found that Black patients received less optimal pain management than White patients who had undergone similar surgeries. The study also found that Black patients were placed on enhanced recovery protocols later than White patients.

Music Legend Sonny Rollins Endows a Jazz Ensemble at Oberlin College

Beginning in spring 2018, Oberlin jazz studies majors may audition for the Oberlin Sonny Rollins Jazz Ensemble. Students selected must dedicate at least two semesters to performing in the ensemble. They must also complete a winter-term project that embodies Rollins’ spirit of giving.

Vanderbilt University’s Second Annual Report on Diversity Measures and Progress

The university made offers for 61 faculty positions. Of these 45 were accepted. A third of these were members of minority groups and 58 percent were women. More than a quarter of all students entering Ph.D. programs in education and graduate programs in the Divinity School are from underrepresented groups.

Two African American Women Assuming New Faculty Positions

Aimee Meredith Cox is a new associate professor of African American studies and an associate professor of anthropology at Yale University and Sami Schalk is a new assistant professor of gender and women’s studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Scholar Develops Software to Search the Dark Web for Hate Group Manifestos

Ugochukwu O. Etudo, a new assistant professor of operations and information management in the School of Business at the University of Connecticut in Stamford, has developed software that can be used to search the internet and the so-called “Dark Web” to identify websites that espouse radical views and violent behavior.

Howard University to Form an Integrated Health Network for Underserved Women

Howard University has entered into a partnership with Unity Health Care Inc. The collaboration will expand the number of obstetricians, labor and delivery hospital rooms, and neonatal beds available for women and their babies in underserved areas of Washington, D.C.

Albany State University Aims to Improve Student Experience and Success Rate

Marion Fredrick, interim executive vice president at Albany State University in Georgia, has announced that the university has formed the Student Engagement Experience task force. The task force will recommend how to improve the student experience and increase retention and graduation rates.

New Administrative Duties in Higher Education for a Trio of African Americans

Appointed to new administrative posts are Christina Presberry at Johns Hopkins University, Duane E. Wright at Kentucky State University and Chris Presley at the Consortium for Graduate Study in Management.

Central State University in Ohio to Build New Agricultural Education Facilities

The university has announced plans to build a botanical and community garden, where members of the university community can grow their own fruits and vegetables. It will also build the Demonstration and Agricultural Experiment Station, which will include an aquaponics facility.

Two African Americans Scholars Receive Notable Honors

The honorees are Shelly Haley, professor of classics and professor of Africana studies at Hamilton College in Clinton, New York, and Eric A. Stewart, a professor in the College of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Florida State University.

FEATURED Job Opportunities

Mount Holyoke College — Chief Diversity Officer California Institute of the Arts — Faculty in Sound for the Moving Image Arts University of Pennsylvania — Maternal Fetal Medicine Specialist Ferris State University — AVP for Human Resources SUNY Oswego — Assistant Professor of Special Education

In Memoriam: Jacqueline A. DeWalt, 1952-2017

Jacqueline DeWalt was the former long-time director of the Pre-college Enrichment Opportunity Program for Learning Education (PEOPLE) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.


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