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JBHE Weekly Bulletin for 10-15-15

The JBHE Weekly Bulletin delivers the latest news on African Americans in higher education each week. Stay up to date by visiting 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
October 15, 2015

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

Study Finds That Schools in the United States Serve to Widen Inequality

Lead author Professor William Schmidt of Michigan State University says that “the belief that schools are the great equalizer, helping students overcome the inequalities of poverty is a myth.”

The United Negro College Fund Receives a $50 Million Pledge From the Lilly Endowment

The grant is the second largest gift received by the UNCF since its founding in 1944. The money will be used to fund career development programs at UNCF member institutions.

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey — Director, Rutgers University Press

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, invites nominations and applications for the position of Director of Rutgers University Press. Reporting to the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs, the Director is an advocate for the press and serves as the Press’s executive officer, responsible for all Press operations, including strategic and editorial direction, operational planning and assessment, and oversight and management of the budget. With $2.5 million in annual sales, the Press operates with a staff of 17, producing 90-100 titles annually.

Rutgers seeks an experienced, creative, and visionary director committed to upholding the scholarly principles of academic publishing while advancing innovation and evolving technology. The successful candidate should have: five or more years of experience in publishing at a senior staff level; a proven record of effective communication and staff supervision; budget expertise; and sound judgment in editorial, marketing, fundraising, grant writing, and sales matters. She/he must also show commitment to advancing diversity and its values and to working in a multicultural environment. The Director will be entrepreneurial and proactive, and will demonstrate an understanding of emerging trends in academic and general publications, such as consortial publishing and open access.

Chartered in 1766 as Queens College, Rutgers is one of the nation’s leading research universities. Rutgers University Press is located on the New Brunswick campus, adjacent to the railroad station, with convenient access to New York and Philadelphia.

All applications will be held in strictest confidence. Screening of candidates will begin on November 16th and continue until a successful candidate is identified. Application packets should include a formal letter of interest and a CV. Nominations and applications from qualified individuals should be submitted electronically to:

Dr. Deborah Carr
c/o Dr. Linda G. Schulze
Rutgers University Press Director Search Committee

Rutgers is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

How Broadband Internet Access Fueled a Rise in Hate Crimes

Researchers at the University of Minnesota and New York University found that in counties where broadband Internet access became readily available in the early years of the century, the number of hate crimes increased by an average of 20 percent.

The New Director of African and African American Studies at the University of Arkansas

Pearl Dowe is an associate professor of political science in the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences at the university. She has been affiliated with the Black studies program since 2008.

Demographics of Students in a Particular School Can Impact the Racial Achievement Gap

A new report from the Department of Education finds that Black students, particularly Black males, did poorer academically in schools with a high percentage of Black students. The overall Black-White achievement gap was higher in schools with a large percentage of Black students.

The New Dean of Students at Union County College

Dr. Terrence Hardee previously served as vice president for student success at Rowan University in Glassboro, New Jersey, and dean of the University Center at Cumberland County College in Vineland, New Jersey.

The Nation’s Colleges and Universities With the Most Diverse Student Bodies

The Rutgers University campus in Newark, New Jersey, was deemed to have the most diverse student body in the country among large national universities. Blacks make up 18 percent of the enrollments at the Newark campus.

Task Force Considers Changing Name of the Stadium at the University of Maryland

Student groups have called on the university to strip the name of H.C. Byrd from the on-campus stadium. The students say that Byrd, who was president of the university from 1935 to 1954, “barred Blacks from participating in sports and enrolling into the University until 1951.”

Ithaca College Aims to Increase the Diversity of Its Faculty

The new guidelines will include training for search committee chairs on tactics to make their searches more inclusive. Candidates from minority groups will be included in semi-finalist and finalist pools for open positions.

George Mason University Partners With an African Nonprofit Organization

The School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, has signed an agreement with 72 Africa, a nonprofit organization dedicated to establishing sustainable peace environments throughout Africa.

Two Flagship State Universities Report Progress on Student Diversity

Blacks are 5.3 percent of the first-year class at the University of Texas at Austin, up from 4.2 percent a year ago. At the University of Colorado at Boulder, the number of African American undergraduates students is up 8 percent from a year ago.

Two Black Scholars Named Co-Editors of New Book Series on Africana Religions

Edward Curtis is a professor of religious studies at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. Sylvester A. Johnson is an associate professor of African American studies and religious studies at Northwestern University.

Toni Morrison Awarded the UCLA Medal

Toni Morrison, professor emerita at Princeton University, was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 1988. In 1993, she was the first African American woman to win a Nobel Prize. On October 5, she received the UCLA Medal for “distinguished academic and professional achievement.”

Interim President Says Fisk University Still Faces “Tremendous Challenges”

Despite a $30 million cash infusion from an agreement sharing its art collection, Fisk University still faces a challenging financial outlook, according to it new interim president Frank L. Sims.

FEATURED Job Opportunities

University of Pennsylvania — Assistant Professor, Center for Weight & Eating Disorders University of South Dakota — Assistant / Associate Professor of Counseling University of Pittsburgh — Vice Provost and Dean of Students University of Michigan — Dean, School of Information University of Maryland Eastern Shore — Chair of Criminal Justice

New Leadership for African American Studies at the University of Maryland

Oscar Barbarin holds the Wilson H. Elkins Professorship and is the new chair of the department of African American studies. Judge Alexander Williams Jr. was appointed director of the Center for Education, Justice, and Ethics.

New Online Fundraising Site Aims to Raise $105 Million for HBCUs

Former basketball superstar Tracy McGrady provided $105,000 in seed money to develop the software and a website that allows real-time donations and pledges from 150 million smartphone users in the United States.

Honors and Awards for Four African American Scholars

The honorees are Harold Franklin, the first Black student at Auburn University, the late Ella Lee Kelley of Southern University, Patrick Hawkins of the College of Nursing at Michigan State University, and Keith Whitfield of Duke University.

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