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JBHE Weekly Bulletin
April 14, 2016


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


Keith Whitfield Named the Next Provost of Wayne State University in Detroit

Dr. Whitfield currently serves as vice provost for academic affairs at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. There, he is also a professor of psychology and neuroscience and a research professor in the department or geriatric medicine at the medical school.

The Racial Gap in Student Loan Debt Is Highest Among the Most Affluent Families

According to a new study, on average, an African American college graduate has 68 percent more debt than a White college graduate. But the racial gap in student loan debt is highest among affluent Black and White families.


Morehouse College — Assistant Professor of Music and Director of Bands, Tenure Track

Department of Music
The Department of Music at Morehouse College seeks applicants for the position of Director of Bands and Assistant Professor of Music. This is a tenure track position in the Department of Music. The successful candidate will hold the terminal degree.

Morehouse College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and the National Association of Schools of Music. The Music Department is located in the recently constructed, state of the art, Ray Charles Performing Arts Center. The department is seeking someone who thinks creatively about their teaching, engages in scholarship, and can be committed to the mission of Morehouse College—to develop men with disciplined minds who lead lives of leadership and service by emphasizing the intellectual and character development of its students and by assuming a special responsibility for teaching the history and culture of black people.

Responsibilities include: 1) Direction and coordination of the activities of all bands within the Music Department (Marching Band, Concert Band, Jazz Band); 2) Teaching classes in alternating semesters as assigned by the chair. Courses may include Applied Music, Jazz Improvisation, Orchestration, History of Jazz or Music Appreciation; 3) Availability for and participation in all official ceremonial activities of the College, especially those where the band(s) are needed; and 4) Active engagement in professional activities and scholarly or creative productivity within the designated field.

Applicants must have demonstrated experience in successfully recruiting, developing and maintaining a strong bands program at the collegiate level, inclusive of marching band, concert band and jazz band.  Applicants must have demonstrated success in brass or woodwind instrumental instruction.

The start date for the position is July 2016.

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Nigerian American Student From Long Island Admitted to All Eight Ivy League Colleges

Augusta Uwamanzu-Nna, this spring’s valedictorian at Elmont Memorial High School on Long Island in New York, applied to and was accepted at all eight Ivy League colleges and four additional high-rated universities.

Building Trust Necessary to Encourage More Blacks to Participate in Genetics Research

Professors Aaron Buseh and Sandra Millon-Underwood of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee conducted a detailed, community-based study exploring perceptions and attitudes about genetic research among African-Americans and African immigrants.


Ronald Wheeler to Lead the American Association of Law Libraries

Ronald E. Wheeler is director of the Fineman and Pappas Law Libraries and associate professor of law and legal research at Boston University. In July, he will become the first African American man to lead the American Association of Law Libraries.

Black Heart Attack Patients Are More Likely to Be Diverted to Distant Emergency Rooms

A new academic study finds that older African American patients who have heart emergencies are more likely than their White peers to have their ambulance diverted to a distant hospital due to overcrowding at the nearest hospital.


Morehouse College — Assistant Professor of Music (Theory) Renewable Non-Tenure Track

The Department of Music at Morehouse College seeks applicants for a non-tenure track, assistant professor or one-year instructor position. Master’s level applicants will be considered for a one-year instructor position. Candidates holding the terminal degree will be considered for a renewable, non-tenure track, assistant professor position.

Morehouse College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and the National Association of Schools of Music. The Music Department is located in the recently constructed, state of the art, Ray Charles Performing Arts Center.

The department is seeking someone who thinks creatively about their teaching, engages in scholarship, and can be committed to the mission of Morehouse College—to develop men with disciplined minds who lead lives of leadership and service by emphasizing the intellectual and character development of its students and by assuming a special responsibility for teaching the history and culture of black people.

Responsibilities include: 1) Teach classes and perform duties as assigned by the department chair. Courses will be primarily in the area of music theory, but may also include class piano, aural skills, and music appreciation, 2) Assist in developing departmental initiatives, including those devoted to curricular design and innovations in teaching, 3) Regularly engage in scholarship related to primary field(s) of teaching and research. The start date for the position is August 2016 and is renewable according to the guidelines articulated in “A New (Renewable) Non-Tenure Track Position.”

The successful applicant will have a doctorate in music theory or related field. Masters degree Candidates will be considered for a one-year appointment only. Applicants must have demonstrated experience as an instructor of music theory.

Review of applications will begin upon receipt of materials and will continue until the position is filled.

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Virginia Commonwealth University Completes Oral History Project of Rosenwald School Students

More than 360 Rosenwald Schools were built in Virginia, including 10 in Goochland County. The Goochland County Rosenwald Schools Oral History Project features 19 video interviews with 18 participants who were students at these schools.

New Center at Washington University to Study How Racism Impacts Social Mobility

The Collaboration on Race, Inequality, and Social Mobility in America (CRISMA) will study ways in which inequality and structural racism affect racial/ethnic disparities in achievement, life chances, social and economic mobility, and health in the United States.


Poynter Institute to Launch the Leadership Academy for Diversity in Digital Journalism

The tuition-free program for minority journalists will include instruction on navigating newsroom culture, leadership, networking, mentoring, and the business of digital journalism. The National Association of Black Journalists will work with the institute to develop the curriculum.

Black Students Accepted for Admission at High-Ranking Colleges and Universities

Recently, the nation’s highest-ranked colleges and universities informed applicants if they had been accepted for admission. Some of the nation’s most selective institutions provided acceptance data broken down by race and ethnic group.

Woodrow Wilson’s Name Will Live On at Princeton University

Critics had called for name changes due to Wilson’s actions in denying the admission of Black students to Princeton while he served as the educational institution’s president and for his resegregation of the federal workforce in Washington, D.C. after he became president of the United States.

Florida A&M University Crowned Champion of the Honda Campus All-Star Challenge

Teams from 48 historically Black colleges and universities or predominantly Black institutions participated in the 27th annual Honda Campus All-Star Challenge. For the eighth time, the champion was Florida A&M University.


Two New African American Deans at Ivy League Universities

Andrew G. Campbell was named dean of the Graduate School at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, and LaTanya Buck was named dean for diversity and inclusion at Princeton University in New Jersey.

New Master’s Degree Program at Lincoln University Will Focus on HBCU Leadership

The program, scheduled to begin this fall, will educate master’s degree students in higher education leadership with an emphasis on understanding the nuances and issues involved in the administration of HBCUs.

New Teaching Assignments for Two Black Scholars

Martha Mamo was appointed the Aaron Douglas/John E. Weaver Professor of Agronomy and Horticulture at the University of Nebraska and Milton Coleman will be the Edith Kinney Gaylord Visiting Professor of Journalism Ethics at Arizona State University.

Mamasa Camara Is Spelman College’s First Gates Cambridge Scholar

With the Gates Cambridge Scholarship, Camara will pursue a master’s degree in African studies at Cambridge University in England. She will focus her research on the practice of female circumcision in Kenya in the 1990-to-1960 period.

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