By Taroue Brooks Tell us about your role at Wabash College. Steven L. Jones, Wabash Class of 1987, is the Director of the Malcolm X Institute of Black Studies and the College’s Dean for Professional […]
By Carrington McKenzie Whigham I remember vowing to protect and defend our student body, but not even the oldest faculty member could have possibly warned me about the approach of a global health crisis. Student […]
By Kymberly Amara No one understands the saying, the children are our future, better than individuals who are a part of the education system, especially the higher education system. We recently had the privilege to […]
By Taroue Brooks What inspired you to choose a career in higher education? My pathway to a career in higher education was brought about through intentional engagement, mentoring, and sheer luck. The inspiration began on […]
Plaintiffs allege racial bias adversely affects historically black schools’ ability to meet classroom standards.
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By Taroue Brooks Tell us your title and responsibilities at Stillman College. My title at Stillman college is Admissions Counselor. My duty as such is to manage enrollment, recruit students, and create an atmosphere in […]