Author: Higher Education Today

Faces of Dreamers: Rosa Ruvalcaba Serna, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

This is one in a series of posts on individual Dreamers, undocumented immigrants brought to the United States


Improving Postsecondary Access for Rural America

Title: Gender Minority Mental Health in the U.S.: Results of a National Survey on College Campuses


An Uneven Playing Field: The Complex Educational Experiences of Asian Americans

By Julie J. Park Growing up in Ohio as the child of Korean immigrants, I had


Lifting Up Men of Color in Higher Ed

Episode 01 Jim McCorkell In recent decades, low-income students have applied to and started attending college


Lifting Up Men of Color in Higher Ed

Episode 04 Brad Farnsworth Brad Farnsworth, ACE’s vice president for global engagement, talks with our podcast


Lifting Up Men of Color in Higher Ed

Episode 03 John Aguilar Hispanic student enrollment in higher education has doubled in the last decade.


Lifting Up Men of Color in Higher Ed

Episode 02 Completing college is more of a struggle for African American and Latino men than


Report Finds Bipartisan Consensus on Areas of Higher Education Accountability

By Hollie Chessman and Morgan Taylor For more on this issue, see our series of posts


Career Pathways: Navigating Job Changes of PhD Degree Holders

Title: Closing Gaps in Our Knowledge of PhD Career Pathways: Job Changes of PhD Graduates After


Takeaways for Career and Succession Planning From the 2018-19 Class of ACE Fellows

ACE Fellows John Marx and Nancy Wayne are conducting an ongoing longitudinal study of the 2018-19