In a three-year study, Tim San Pedro showed that Native American students in a predominantly white school in Arizona were repeatedly discouraged in history class from voicing ideas that countered dominant white settler history. They responded with silence, which some research literature argues is a Native American trait — being hesitant to speak in classrooms. […]
During a study abroad trip to Bahia, Brazil, EHE students were determined to find out why so few Afro-Brazilian teenagers enter college. “Many students were not adequately prepared during high school,” said Natosha Willis, a doctoral candidate in the Department of Educational Studies. Willis attended the Higher Education in Brazil: Access, Equity and Opportunity program […]
Brand new for the 2015-16 academic year, Global Option (GO EHE) challenges students’ thinking. It offers opportunities to develop skills essential to their professions as the world becomes increasingly connected. Students complete four requirements preparing them to work in international settings and comprehend the global dimensions of their studies. “GO EHE exposes me to fresh […]
EHE faculty, staff and graduate students share research and knowledge around the world. Last year, the scope of your college’s reach included conference presentations in these countries plus the U.S., as supported by the EHE Office of Research and departments.
A nationwide study by Michael Betz shows that in the 1990s, college grads were moving to cities with fast-growing “smart” industries in fields like tech. But in the less vibrant national economy that emerged after 2000, bachelor’s degree graduates flock to the largest cities with the biggest labor markets and the best chances of landing […]