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In the June 20 issue, Diverse applauds the remarkable accomplishments of minority graduate students who are leaving indelible marks in academia, embodying promise and excellence.

Diverse covers critical news relating to equity and inclusion in higher education,
daily on its website and tri-weekly in its print and digital magazine. 

Most recently, Diverse Readers Say...

“I have been getting and reading the publication since it was Black Issues In Higher Education before it was the glossy machine that it is today, but I consider it a must read for anyone who is involved in making higher education spaces more diverse. By expanding the scope beyond “Black” people, the publication parallels my own research that a as a Black male has evolved to include scholarship on Asian Americans, Native American and Latinos and Hispanics. I think DIVERSE exposes us to the plight, the pleasures, practicalities and the possibilities of those in these marginalized groups.”
George L. Daniels, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Department of Journalism and Creative Media, The University of Alabama

"DIHE has always shined a light on critical issues of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion work; they have been professional, respectable, and current with national news which is needed in the DEI world. I know that I can rely on them!”
Tracy Archie
Chief diversity, equity & inclusion officer, RTS
 
“As we advance our initiatives working with the Navajo Nation and numerous HBCUs to educate scholars, leaders and practitioners for a more just and sustainable world, we count on Diverse to connect us with the broad issues that matter most in the academic community.”
Dr. Barbara P. Mink
Program Director and Professor School of Leadership Studies, Fielding Graduate University

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 Diverse Demographics
    70% Women
    52% African American
    27% White
    10% Hispanic
    3% Asian American
    6% Multiracial
    1% Indigenous/Native
    12% LGBTQAI
     6% Veterans 
    10% With Disabilities