Popular Press

There is a growing amount of writing in the popular press, as well as trade magazines, on issues faced by faculty of color. The following is a sampling of the most recent work. We have focused on popular press articles that are written for a wide audience and have not included specific articles that discussed site specific institutions. Articles are listed in chronological order – just link on the title and it will take you directly to the site.

For the latest statistics on faculty of color visit – National Center for Education Statistics. (2022, May 31). Statistics on race/ethnicity of college faculty. as well as American University of American Professors (2020) Data Snapshot: Full-Time Women Faculty and Faculty of Color

This list is periodically updated as new work is published. For more selected readings see the University of Maryland’s Consortium on Race, Gender, and Ethnicity.

Flaherty, C. (2021, Jan 6). Illusion of InclusionInside Higher Education.

Marcos J. Del Hierro Del Hierro, M. J. (2019, March 14). A Room of One’s Own White Colleagues Diverse Issues In Higher Education

Flaherty, C. (2021, May 3). Why They Left. Inside Higher Education.

Cross-race faculty mentoring

Stanley, C. A., & Lincoln, Y. S. (2005). Cross-race faculty mentoring. Change (New Rochelle, N.Y.), 37(2), 44-50. https://doi.org/10.3200/CHNG.37.2.44-50

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