This month’s roundup looks at why more students are choosing to attend HBCU’s, how several new programs are giving talented students a solid foundation in fields with far too few professionals of color, and major wins for two football programs.

In today’s blog post, we’re highlighting three events that we expect to make headlines in July. 

In this week's roundup:

higher education reacts to the reversal of Roe v. Wade, Title IX regs add more protection for students, and Native American students are eligible for free tuition.

In this week's roundup:

faculty wages haven’t kept pace with inflation, not all students feel safe on college campuses, and the nursing shortage is being addressed in Michigan. 

In this week's roundup:

fewer men are attending college, high gas prices have caused a 4-day in-person work week, and student-athletes face opposition to getting paid. 

In this week's roundup:

new data shows where students are attending college, a decision on student debt forgiveness is expected by late summer, and Carnegie Mellon employees receive inflation relief. 

This month’s roundup looks at a controversial hire that has everyone talking, the creation of the first-ever endowed professorship in Queer Studies at a Historically Black College or University, and several new programs that support HBCU students interested in careers in sports medicine, music and philanthropy.

In today’s blog post, we’re highlighting three events that we expect to make headlines in June. 

In this week's roundup:

 college leaders react to school shootings, employers help with student loan debt, and more institutions have returned to mask mandates. 

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