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Higher Ed Institutions Get Students Back on Track After COVID-19 10/13/2022

Higher Ed Institutions Get Students Back on Track After COVID-19

In the wake of COVID-19, colleges focus on enrollment numbers.

Higher Ed Institutions Get Students Back on Track After COVID-19 Higher Ed Institutions Get Students Back on Track After COVID-19

A Focus on Mental Health 10/12/2022

A Focus on Mental Health

Dr. Alecia Sundsmo has been given the chance to improve student mental health from another side, where companies partner with schools to bolster their counseling services.

A Focus on Mental Health Dr. Alecia Sundsmo has been given the chance to improve student mental health from another side, where companies partner with schools to bolster their counseling services.

Dr. Shawna Nesbitt Appointed Inaugural VP and Chief DEI Officer at UT Southwestern 10/11/2022

Dr. Shawna Nesbitt Appointed Inaugural VP and Chief DEI Officer at UT Southwestern

Dr. Shawna Nesbitt has been appointed UT Southwestern Medical Center’s inaugural vice president and chief diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) officer.

Dr. Shawna Nesbitt Appointed Inaugural VP and Chief DEI Officer at UT Southwestern Dr. Shawna Nesbitt has been appointed UT Southwestern’s (UTSW) inaugural vice president and chief diversity, equity, and inclusion officer.

Lift Every Voice and Succeed: The Need for More Black School Counselors 10/07/2022

Lift Every Voice and Succeed: The Need for More Black School Counselors

VIEWS | Black students have been impacted socially, academically, emotionally, and mentally ... thus impeding their success and overall well-being.

Lift Every Voice and Succeed: The Need for More Black School Counselors Black students have been impacted socially, academically, emotionally, and mentally by the previously mentioned issues, thus impeding their success and overall well-being.

N.C. A&T Psychology Professor Receives Grant to Study Effects of Social Media on Black Women’s Health 10/06/2022

N.C. A&T Psychology Professor Receives Grant to Study Effects of Social Media on Black Women’s Health

Dr. Kalynda C. Smith, a North Carolina A&T State University psychology professor, has received a $545,686 grant to study how social media affects Black women’s health.

N.C. A&T Psychology Professor Receives Grant to Study Effects of Social Media on Black Women’s Health Dr. Kalynda C. Smith, a North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University (NC A&T) psychology professor, has received a $545,686 grant to study how social media affects Black women’s health.

Harvard University to Launch Mental Health Awareness Campaign 10/04/2022

Harvard University to Launch Mental Health Awareness Campaign

Harvard University will launch “We’re All Human,” a campus-wide mental health awareness campaign.

Harvard University to Launch Mental Health Awareness Campaign Harvard University will launch “We’re All Human,” a campus-wide mental health awareness campaign, and roll out new wellness resources.

Study Finds Regularly Attending Religious Services May Lower Mortality Rates for Black Men 10/04/2022

Study Finds Regularly Attending Religious Services May Lower Mortality Rates for Black Men

Regularly attending religious services may lower mortality rates for Black men in their 50s and older, a recent University of Houston study found.

Study Finds Regularly Attending Religious Services May Lower Mortality Rates for Black Men Regularly attending religious services may lower mortality rates for Black men in their 50s and older, a recent University of Houston study found.

09/29/2022

Diverse and Coop Di Leu are pleased to announce the 10 finalist institutions that are under consideration for induction into the first cohort of DOIT certified institutions. Learn more: https://bddy.me/3rgo4BJ

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University of Idaho Advises Employees Against Giving Students Reproductive Health Counseling, Including Abortion 09/28/2022

University of Idaho Advises Employees Against Giving Students Reproductive Health Counseling, Including Abortion

The University of Idaho has warned employees against giving students reproductive health counseling, including abortion, given that they may risk being fired or criminally prosecuted.

University of Idaho Advises Employees Against Giving Students Reproductive Health Counseling, Including Abortion The University of Idaho has warned employees against giving students reproductive health counseling, including abortion, given that they may risk being fired or criminally prosecuted

The Betty Bubble: A Week at the Hazelden Betty Ford Addiction Treatment Center 09/27/2022

The Betty Bubble: A Week at the Hazelden Betty Ford Addiction Treatment Center

BLOG | Hazelden Betty Ford is the nation’s largest nonprofit addiction treatment center and their goal is to address substance misuse utilizing the bio-psycho-social model of care and 12 step programs.

The Betty Bubble: A Week at the Hazelden Betty Ford Addiction Treatment Center Hazelden Betty Ford is the nation’s largest nonprofit addiction treatment center and their goal is to address substance misuse utilizing the bio-psycho-social model of care and 12 step programs.

Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Partners with the U.S.’s Historically Black Medical Colleges for Genomics Research and Better Precision Health 09/20/2022

Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Partners with the U.S.’s Historically Black Medical Colleges for Genomics Research and Better Precision Health

The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative is partnering with the U.S.’s four historically Black medical colleges (HBMCs) for genomics research, new methods of disease treatment and prevention, and improving precision health, particularly for people of color.

Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Partners with the U.S.’s Historically Black Medical Colleges for Genomics Research and Better Precision Health The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative is partnering with the U.S.’s four historically Black medical colleges for genomics research, new methods of disease treatment and prevention, and improving precision health, particularly for people of color.

GEHA Funds $1.5 Million Scholarship Fund to Address Lack of Diversity in Medicine 09/20/2022

GEHA Funds $1.5 Million Scholarship Fund to Address Lack of Diversity in Medicine

Twin brothers Ben and Andrew Jones are two of eight recipients of the inaugural Barbara Sheffield Medical Scholarship, established by GEHA Health in 2021 to address the lack of diversity in medicine in the U.S.

GEHA Funds $1.5 Million Scholarship Fund to Address Lack of Diversity in Medicine Ben and Andrew Jones are two of eight recipients of the inaugural Barbara Sheffield Medical Scholarship.

EP 90: Addressing the Leadership Gap for Women of Color in Higher Education with Gloria Blackwell 09/18/2022

EP 90: Addressing the Leadership Gap for Women of Color in Higher Education with Gloria Blackwell

NEW EPISODE | In this episode, host David Pluviose sits down with Gloria Blackwell, CEO of the AAUW, a nonprofit advancing gender equity through advocacy, education, and research.

EP 90: Addressing the Leadership Gap for Women of Color in Higher Education with Gloria Blackwell INTRODUCTION:In this episode, host David Pluviose sits down with Gloria Blackwell, CEO of the American Association of University Women (AAUW), a nonprofit ad...

An Emerging Concern 09/17/2022

An Emerging Concern

Monkeypox cases are rising amid continued spread of COVID-19 variants.

An Emerging Concern Monkeypox cases are rising amid continued spread of COVID-19 variants.

Dr. Rosalie Mainous Appointed Dean of College of Nursing at University of Kentucky 09/16/2022

Dr. Rosalie Mainous Appointed Dean of College of Nursing at University of Kentucky

Dr. Rosalie Mainous will become dean of the University of Kentucky College of Nursing.

Dr. Rosalie Mainous Appointed Dean of College of Nursing at University of Kentucky Dr. Rosalie Mainous will become dean of the University of Kentucky College of Nursing, effective Nov. 14, pending board approval.

University of Kentucky to Launch Student Financial Education and Wellness Initiative 09/14/2022

University of Kentucky to Launch Student Financial Education and Wellness Initiative

The University of Kentucky is launching a financial education and wellness initiative for its students, UK President Dr. Eli Capilouto announced in a letter to the campus community.

University of Kentucky to Launch Student Financial Education and Wellness Initiative The University of Kentucky is launching a financial education and wellness initiative for its students, UK President Dr. Eli Capilouto announced in a letter to the campus community.

The Need to Develop and Expand Models that Streamline Healthcare Delivery 09/10/2022

The Need to Develop and Expand Models that Streamline Healthcare Delivery

BLOG | Institutions of higher education can play a significant role in streamlining healthcare delivery by working with hospitals and medical enterprises to better train future healthcare administrators and care givers.

The Need to Develop and Expand Models that Streamline Healthcare Delivery Institutions of higher education can play a significant role in streamlining healthcare delivery by working with hospitals and medical enterprises to better train future healthcare administrators and care givers.

VR-Assisted Healing 09/02/2022

VR-Assisted Healing

Virtual reality technology is being used as a PTSD treatment tool.

VR-Assisted Healing Virtual reality technology is being used as a PTSD treatment tool.

University of Delaware Employee Tests Positive for Monkeypox 08/29/2022

University of Delaware Employee Tests Positive for Monkeypox

A University of Delaware employee has tested positive for monkeypox.

University of Delaware Employee Tests Positive for Monkeypox A University of Delaware (UD) employee has tested positive for monkeypox.

Elon University Launches Health and Well-being Initiative 08/28/2022

Elon University Launches Health and Well-being Initiative

Elon University has launched a health and wellness initiative for students, faculty, and staff.

Elon University Launches Health and Well-being Initiative Elon University has launched a health and wellness initiative for students, faculty, and staff, HealthEU.

Study Finds Increase of Underrepresented People in Pediatric Faculty Over the Last 20 Years 08/26/2022

Study Finds Increase of Underrepresented People in Pediatric Faculty Over the Last 20 Years

A recent study found that the percentage of underrepresented people in medicine (URiM) pediatric academic faculty has increased in the last 20 years, with the increase mostly led by female representation. Yet, Black men saw decreased representation.

Study Finds Increase of Underrepresented People in Pediatric Faculty Over the Last 20 Years A recent study found that the percentage of underrepresented people in medicine (URiM) pediatric academic faculty has increased in the last 20 years, with the increase mostly led by female representation. Yet, Black men saw decreased representation.

Ross University School of Medicine Partners with HBCU Bethune-Cookman University for Medical School Pathway 08/25/2022

Ross University School of Medicine Partners with HBCU Bethune-Cookman University for Medical School Pathway

Ross University School of Medicine is partnering with Bethune-Cookman University, a historically Black college and university (HBCU), to improve access to education for those underrepresented and wanting to get into medicine.

Ross University School of Medicine Partners with HBCU Bethune-Cookman University for Medical School Pathway Ross University School of Medicine is partnering with Bethune-Cookman University to improve access to education for those underrepresented and wanting to get into medicine.

University of Akron Brings Nap Pods to Campus to Improve Student Mental Health 08/24/2022

University of Akron Brings Nap Pods to Campus to Improve Student Mental Health

The University of Akron has brought nap pods to campus, allowing students to get some light shuteye throughout the day.

University of Akron Brings Nap Pods to Campus to Improve Student Mental Health The University of Akron has brought nap pods to campus, allowing students to get some light shuteye throughout the day.

The Return to In-Person Instruction Worries Disability Community 08/23/2022

The Return to In-Person Instruction Worries Disability Community

Disability advocates worry that new regulations will disadvantage many in the disabled community.

The Return to In-Person Instruction Worries Disability Community Disability advocates worry that new regulations will disadvantage many in the disabled community.

New Beginnings 08/22/2022

New Beginnings

HBCUs prepare for the fall semester and a COVID-19 variant.

New Beginnings HBCUs prepare for the fall semester and a COVID-19 variant.

Building Black Medical Schools 08/17/2022

Building Black Medical Schools

Pervasive healthcare disparities highlight need to diversify physician workforce.

Building Black Medical Schools Pervasive healthcare disparities highlight need to diversify physician workforce.

Survey Shows Changing Picture of Campus Mental Health Crisis 08/15/2022

Survey Shows Changing Picture of Campus Mental Health Crisis

As colleges and universities prepare for a new semester, students continue to endure mental health issues at a high rate.

Survey Shows Changing Picture of Campus Mental Health Crisis As colleges and universities prepare for a new semester, students continue to endure mental health issues at a high rate.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Awards Tallahassee Community College Almost $1.6 Million for Healthcare Workforce Education 08/11/2022

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Awards Tallahassee Community College Almost $1.6 Million for Healthcare Workforce Education

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has awarded almost $1.6 million to Tallahassee Community College on Aug. 10 through the Florida Job Growth Grant Fund to bolster workforce education opportunities in the healthcare industry.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Awards Tallahassee Community College Almost $1.6 Million for Healthcare Workforce Education Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has awarded almost $1.6 million to Tallahassee Community College on Aug. 10 through the Florida Job Growth Grant Fund to bolster workforce education opportunities in the healthcare industry.

Two Women Return to UVA as Deans 08/09/2022

Two Women Return to UVA as Deans

Dr. Marianne Baernholdt will become dean of the University of Virginia’s School of Nursing, effective Aug. 1. And Dr. Stephanie Johnson Rowley became dean of UVA School of Education & Human Development on Jul. 1.

Two Women Return to UVA as Deans Dr. Marianne Baernholdt will become dean of the University of Virginia’s School of Nursing, effective Aug. 1. And Dr. Stephanie Johnson Rowley became dean of UVA’s School of Education and Human Development on Jul. 1.

Study Finds Black Medical Students at HBCU Med Schools Reported Greater Sense of Belonging and Higher Scholastic Confidence 08/05/2022

Study Finds Black Medical Students at HBCU Med Schools Reported Greater Sense of Belonging and Higher Scholastic Confidence

Black medical students attending historically Black medical schools reported greater senses of belonging and higher confidence in their scholastic abilities than those at predominantly white medical schools.

Study Finds Black Medical Students at HBCU Med Schools Reported Greater Sense of Belonging and Higher Scholastic Confidence Black medical students attending historically Black medical schools reported greater senses of belonging and higher confidence in their scholastic abilities than those at predominantly white medical schools.

AAMC and Other Groups Submit Amicus Brief to SCOTUS in Support of Limited Consideration of Applicant Race or Ethnicity 08/02/2022

AAMC and Other Groups Submit Amicus Brief to SCOTUS in Support of Limited Consideration of Applicant Race or Ethnicity

Several health professional and educational groups have submitted an amicus brief to the Supreme Court supporting limited consideration of an applicant’s racial or ethnic background or experiences in higher ed admissions.

AAMC and Other Groups Submit Amicus Brief to SCOTUS in Support of Limited Consideration of Applicant Race or Ethnicity Several health professional and educational groups have submitted an amicus brief to the Supreme Court supporting limited consideration of an applicant’s racial or ethnic background or experiences in higher ed admissions.

Ohio University Reinstates Indoor Mask Mandate, Citing High Level of COVID-19 Transmission in County 08/02/2022

Ohio University Reinstates Indoor Mask Mandate, Citing High Level of COVID-19 Transmission in County

Ohio University is reinstating an indoor mask mandate starting Aug. 1.

Ohio University Reinstates Indoor Mask Mandate, Citing High Level of COVID-19 Transmission in County Ohio University (OU) is reinstating an indoor mask mandate starting Aug. 1.

Emporia State University to Close Childcare Center After Coming School Year, Prompts Backlash 08/01/2022

Emporia State University to Close Childcare Center After Coming School Year, Prompts Backlash

Emporia State University will close its Center for Early Childhood Education after the coming school year, which will make it the only state school in Kansas without on-campus childcare.

Emporia State University to Close Childcare Center After Coming School Year, Prompts Backlash Emporia State University will close its Center for Early Childhood Education after the coming school year, which will make it the only state school without on-campus childcare.

Penn Expands Summer Med School Program, Partners with Five HBCUs 07/28/2022

Penn Expands Summer Med School Program, Partners with Five HBCUs

University of Pennsylvania is expanding its summer medical school scholars program, formally partnering with five HBCUs: Howard University, Spelman College, Morehouse College, Xavier University of Louisiana, and Oakwood University.

Penn Expands Summer Med School Program, Partners with Five HBCUs The University of Pennsylvania is expanding its summer medical school scholars program, formally partnering with five HBCUs: Howard University, Spelman College, Morehouse College, Xavier University of Louisiana, and Oakwood University.

American Association of Medical Colleges Unveils DEI Competencies 07/22/2022

American Association of Medical Colleges Unveils DEI Competencies

Association of American Medical Colleges' new report focuses on building DEI efforts in medical education and patient care.

American Association of Medical Colleges Unveils DEI Competencies American Association of Medical Colleges' new report focuses on building DEI efforts in medical education and patient care.

HBCUs Respond to Post-Roe Realities 07/21/2022

HBCUs Respond to Post-Roe Realities

Since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, many HBCUs have been adjusting to a new landscape of state abortion bans.

HBCUs Respond to Post-Roe Realities Since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, many HBCUs have been adjusting to a new landscape of state abortion bans.

Illinois Governor Lifts COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate for College Students and Employees 07/19/2022

Illinois Governor Lifts COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate for College Students and Employees

Illinois Governor JB Pritzker has eased COVID-19 rules in the state, lifting a vaccine mandate for college students and employees.

Illinois Governor Lifts COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate for College Students and Employees Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker has eased COVID-19 rules in the state, lifting a vaccine mandate for college students and employees.

BIPOC Mental Health Month Highlights an Increasingly Prominent Issue 07/14/2022

BIPOC Mental Health Month Highlights an Increasingly Prominent Issue

July is BIPOC Mental Health Awareness Month and medical organizations, advocacy groups, and the U.S. government are highlighting the unique mental health needs of BIPOC individuals and trying to find solutions.

BIPOC Mental Health Month Highlights an Increasingly Prominent Issue July is BIPOC Mental Health Awareness Month and medical organizations, advocacy groups, and the U.S. government are highlighting the unique mental health needs of BIPOC individuals and trying to find solutions.

N.C. A&T and UNC Chapel Hill Team Awarded $2.3 Million Grant to Study How to Improve Pregnancy Outcomes 07/13/2022

N.C. A&T and UNC Chapel Hill Team Awarded $2.3 Million Grant to Study How to Improve Pregnancy Outcomes

A team from North Carolina A&T State University and the The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has been awarded a $2.3 million grant to study how to improve outcomes among women who are more likely to experience pregnancy complications due to poor heart health.

N.C. A&T and UNC Chapel Hill Team Awarded $2.3 Million Grant to Study How to Improve Pregnancy Outcomes N.C. A&T and UNC Chapel Hill were awarded a $2.3 million grant to study how to improve outcomes among women who are more likely to experience pregnancy complications due to poor heart health.

New Report Shows COVID-19 Pandemic Disproportionately Impacted Latino Students and Families Negatively 07/13/2022

New Report Shows COVID-19 Pandemic Disproportionately Impacted Latino Students and Families Negatively

The COVID-19 pandemic had a disproportionately negative impact on Latino students and their families in the U.S., according to a report from UnidosUS, a civil rights and advocacy organization.

New Report Shows COVID-19 Pandemic Disproportionately Impacted Latino Students and Families Negatively The COVID-19 pandemic had a disproportionately negative impact on Latino students and their families in the U.S., according to a recent report from UnidosUS.

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