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Advising, Counseling, Mentoring and Teaching Black Males in Secondary and Postsecondary Settings

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Hines Our co-edited book, Black Males in Secondary and Postsecondary Education: Teaching, Mentoring, Advising and Counseling, is one of the most comprehensive textbooks on Black males. In this chapter, best practices focused on the areas of advising, engagement, instruction, and programing will be discussed. Dr. Erik M. Frazier, R.-M.

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New Report Paints a Picture of Advising at MSIs

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Research has well established the importance of academic advisors to students from underrepresented backgrounds, but less work has been done on advising that highlights the identities of the schools that educate them, the 859 minority serving institutions (MSIs) that enroll 35% of all undergrads in the U.S. Dr. Gabriel O. Andrew Millin, Ph.

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Dr. Ruth Simmons Appointed Senior Adviser on HBCU Engagement for Harvard President

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Ruth Simmons, the outgoing president of Prairie View A&M University (PVAMU), will become a senior adviser to the president of Harvard University on engagement with historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs), effective Jun. 1, The Harvard Gazette reported. Simmons’ ties to Harvard are longstanding.

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Curtis P. Lawrence Excellence in Advising Award Winners Announced

Missouri State Academic Advising and Transfer Cent

Lawrence Excellence in Advising Awards at the Kathy J. The recipients of this award have demonstrated excellent advising to Missouri State students. Aida Hass-Wisecup, Dr. Billie Follensbee, and Heather M. Luellen will be recognized as the recipients of the 2024 Curtis P. in the Union Club in Plaster Student Union.

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FSA advises FAFSA applicants to “Check Your Form’s Status in the First Half of March”

College Aid Services

Federal Student Aid has started to email FAFSA applicants to advise them to check their form’s status in “the first half of March.” ” The communication failed short of providing any new information or an exact date.

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“The Avant-Garde of Our Optimism,” Commencement Speaker Wynton Marsalis Advises University of Michigan Graduating Class

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Spring Commencement speaker Wynton Marsalis called University of Michigan graduates “the avant-garde of our optimism,” as he advised them on how to proceed in their lives. Although all eyes are upon you, you are not a destination,” Marsalis advised. The event took place Apr.

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Advising Impact Report 2023

Civitas Learning

Learn more about how advising appointments, notes, and outreach efforts impact student persistence at Civitas Learning partner institutions. The post Advising Impact Report 2023 appeared first on Civitas Learning.