Underrepresented minority students in science, technology, engineering and math — known as STEM fields — named lack of preparation, stereotyping and unsupportive learning environments as the three major challenges they face.
The number of students entering employment immediately after graduation increased from 56 percent in 2009 to 65 percent in 2012, according to a survey conducted by CareerLAB.
A recent Supreme Court of the United States ruling has led to a review of Ohio State’s admissions policy.
Abigail Noel Fisher is a Caucasian American who applied for college at the University of Texas at Austin.
University administrators reacted positively to Monday’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling in a landmark affirmative action case, saying the decision is unlikely to influence Brown’s admission policies.
President Christina Paxson signed a petition last month supporting same-sex marriage in Rhode Island on a personal basis and as a local business leader, but she did not attach the University’s official support.
By: Kristine McGowan
The policy has reached the Supreme Court in Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin.
By: Michael Casiano
On Feb. 21, the Supreme Court agreed to review a lawsuit against the University of Texas at Austin. The lawsuit was filed by then-prospective student Abigail Noel Fisher after the university denied her admission into its undergraduate program. Fisher c…
When the Supreme Court agreed Tuesday to hear Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin, media outlets reeled at the prospect that affirmative action could be abolished.
By: Ryan Williams
On Tuesday morning, a 19-year-old sophomore math major opened fire on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin, sending the school into a paralyzing lockdown before ultimately taking his own life. While fortunately no one else was injured in t…