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JBHE Weekly Bulletin for 3-2-17

The JBHE Weekly Bulletin delivers the latest news on African Americans in higher education each week. Stay up to date by visiting JBHE.com and following us on Twitter and Facebook. Also, be sure to check out our sister site, Women In Academia Report, tracking the progress of women in higher education via daily updates and a weekly newsletter.

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JBHE Weekly Bulletin
March 2, 2017


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.


New Data on African American Enrollments in Higher Education

A new report from the U.S. Department of Education reports that there were 20,389,307 students enrolled in degree granting institutions in the fall of 2015. Of these, 2,606,038 were African Americans.

Misbehavior and Negative Attitudes Do Not Explain the High Suspension Rates of Black Students

The results of two studies found that, although some differences existed among races in certain types of misbehavior, these differences could not explain the disproportionalities in suspension rates.


Kansas Wesleyan University — Provost (Chief Academic Officer)

Kansas Wesleyan University seeks an engaging, forward-thinking academic leader committed to supporting a diverse, student-focused, learning community. The ideal candidate will value the faculty’s roles and responsibilities in student and institutional success, and will work collegially and collaboratively with our dedicated faculty who are intent on excellence in educational experiences. As the chief academic officer, the Provost is responsible for all academic units and serves as a key member of the President’s senior administrative team.  

The ideal candidate will affirm the institution’s mission, liberal arts tradition, and historic connection with the United Methodist Church. The Provost must also have a deep understanding of assessment and accreditation that is focused on continuous improvement.  In addition, the Provost must hold a terminal degree, and should have substantial experience as a faculty member, with increasing responsibility in academic leadership. Candidates are expected to have experience with online and non-traditional educational delivery and outcome success. Further information regarding qualifications and responsibilities can be found on the job description posted on the university website (www.kwu.edu/jobs).

Kansas Wesleyan University is a 130-year-old, private, four-year liberal arts institution located in Salina, Kansas, a vibrant city of 50,000 with a dynamic arts community. The University offers traditional arts and sciences programs, as well as pre- and professional programs, at both the bachelor’s and master’s levels. Enrollment is approximately 650 undergraduate students and 75 graduate students.

Kansas Wesleyan University does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of age, sex, race, religion, color, national or ethnic origin, veteran status, disability, or any other basis protected by applicable federal or state law. Applicants who would advance any area of the University’s diversity are especially encouraged to apply.  To apply, please send a KWU application, a cover letter detailing your experience and qualifications, and your resume/CV to Jan Shirk at jan@kwu.edu.


The Heavyweight Champion of Black Doctoral Degree Awards

African Americans were awarded 682 doctoral degrees from Walden University between 2011 and 2015. This is almost double the number of doctoral degrees awarded by Howard University, which ranks in second place in doctoral degree awards to blacks from 2011 to 2015.

Study Finds More Black Police May Not Prevent Police Shootings of African Americans

A new study by researchers at Indiana University, finds that the hiring of more Black police officers will not reduce the number of Black citizens who are shot by police unless the percentage of Black officers on the force reaches 35 percent.


A Further Honor for a Giant in the Field of Sociology

William Julius Wilson, the Lewis P. and Linda L. Geyser University Professor at Harvard University, has been selected to receive the 2017 SAGE-CASBS Award from SAGE Publishing and the Center for Advanced Study in Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University.

HBCU Participating in Major Research Project on Police Response to Minor Criminal Offenses

The six university partners – including historically Black North Carolina Central University – will be conducting research in their local communities on arrests and resolutions of criminal charges on offenses such as shoplifting, fraud, petty theft, forgery, and drug possession.

University of Southern Mississippi’s New Online Archive on Racially Segregated Libraries

The research includes information on 12 segregated Carnegie libraries (or “Carnegie Negro Libraries” as they were called then), a group of public libraries that opened between 1900 and 1925.

A New African Art Exhibition at Oberlin College in Ohio

Oberlin College, the highly rated liberal arts educational institution in Ohio, recently dedicated a new African art installation at its Allen Memorial Art Museum. The museum has 107 African art objects in its collection.


University of Nevada, Las Vegas Documents Black History in the City

The university’s “Documenting the African American Experience in Las Vegas” project, included a documentary film, the formation of an advisory board, the collection of oral histories and materials, and the creation of a digital portal to provide online access to the project’s materials.

Niagara University Establishes a New Center on Race and Equality

The Rose Bente Lee Ostapenko Center for Race, Equality and Mission will be focused on research and integrating issues of race and equality into the teaching/learning environment at Niagara University.

University of Kansas to Develop Curriculum for Teaching About the 1967 Riots

The three-week seminar, entitled “Teaching the Long Hot Summer of 1967 and Beyond,” will allow 30 high school teachers to develop lesson plans for teaching about this period of civil rights history.

Yale Students Enlisted to Help Guide Low-Income Students Through the College Application Process

Yale University is expanding its partnership with Matriculate, a nonprofit organization that uses students at high-ranking universities to provide online college advising services to high school students from low-income families.


Clark Atlanta University Partners With Georgia Piedmont Technical College

The agreement establishes the Access 4 Achievement program that calls for dual admissions and joint enrollments, program-specific transfer agreements, and joint teaching opportunities for faculty and graduate students.

New Administrative Duties in Higher Education for Three African American Men

Taking on new administrative roles are Sean Huddleston at the University of Indianapolis, Allen Stanley at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, and Ronnie Hopkins at Voorhees College in Denmark, South Carolina.

Lincoln University of Missouri Reactivates History Degree Programs

Last summer, Lincoln University in Missouri suspended it bachelor’s degree programs in history for three years while it considered revising or eliminating the programs. Now, the university has decided to reinstate the degree programs for the fall 2017 semester.

Honors and Awards for Four African American Scholars

The honorees are Hortense Spillers at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Bettye M. Clark at Clark Atlanta University, Fenice Boyd of the University at Buffalo, and Derek B. Bardell of Delgado Community College in New Orleans.

FEATURED Job Opportunities

South Central College — Faculty Instructors in Chemistry, Graphic Arts, and Math University of Michigan — Senior Associate Director, University Housing University of Pennsylvania — Nephrologist, Metabolic Bone Disease American University — Assistant Vice Provost for Undergraduate Admissions Lesley University — Director of Commuter Student Services

HBCU Research Aims to Enhance Goat Meat Production in the U.S.

Tennessee State University, the historically Black educational institution in Nashville, is conducting research on genetics and breeding to find out which goat breeds are the healthiest and need the least amount of maintenance.

Four Black Faculty Members Named to New Posts

Taking on new assignments are Nikki M. Taylor at Howard University in Washington, D.C., Maurice Edington at Florida A&M University, Joseph Watson Jr. at the University of Georgia, and Kevin Blackistone at the University of Maryland.


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