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Black Student Union 50th Anniversary Closing Remarks, Taylor Terry Nov 2018

Black Student Union 50th Anniversary Closing Remarks, Taylor Terry

Black Student Union

From BSU 50th Anniversary Kick-off Event - Closing Remarks


Bending The Arc Toward Justice: 50 Years Of Black Student Activism At Usf, Adrienne Riley Nov 2018

Bending The Arc Toward Justice: 50 Years Of Black Student Activism At Usf, Adrienne Riley

Black Student Union

Opening Remarks by Adrienne Riley for the 50th Anniversary Event for University of San Francisco's Black Student Union, November 9th, 2018.


Black Achievement Success And Engagement Program Pamphlet 2018/2019, Black Achievement Success And Engagement Program (Base) Oct 2018

Black Achievement Success And Engagement Program Pamphlet 2018/2019, Black Achievement Success And Engagement Program (Base)

Black Activism and Education

BASE's 2018/2019 Pamphlet. Learn more at usfca.edu/base


With Liberty And Education For All: Using Law To Depoliticize Public Policy In Education, Zach Simons, Brady Earley May 2018

With Liberty And Education For All: Using Law To Depoliticize Public Policy In Education, Zach Simons, Brady Earley

Brigham Young University Prelaw Review

In the United States, a correlation exists between receiving a poor education and living in poverty. Education funding is designed in such a way that it leaves poor communities disadvantaged with less funding and fewer educational opportunities for children. This unfortunate disparity means that inequality exists across the US in education opportunities. Education ought to be a constitutionally protected right in the United States. This paper explores the benefits of amending the constitution in order to ensure quality education as a right afforded to all children. Furthermore, this paper develops a proposal for an act to provide financial incentives to ...


Usf Black Student Union's 50th Anniversary Gala, Lester Deanes Jan 2018

Usf Black Student Union's 50th Anniversary Gala, Lester Deanes

Black Student Union

Speech by Lester Deanes for the University of San Francisco's Black Student Union 50th Anniversary Gala


Incivility In The Workplace: The Experiences Of Female Sport Management Faculty In Higher Education, Elizabeth A. Taylor, Robin Hardin, Natalie Welch, Allison B. Smith Jan 2018

Incivility In The Workplace: The Experiences Of Female Sport Management Faculty In Higher Education, Elizabeth A. Taylor, Robin Hardin, Natalie Welch, Allison B. Smith

Faculty Publications

Access to higher education for women has dramatically increased in the United States during the past 50 years. Female college graduates have reversed the figures and gone from being outnumbered by their male counterparts 3 to 2 in the 1970s, to now outnumbering male college graduates 3 to 2. Women also graduate from masters and doctoral programs at a higher rate than men.

However, increases in the number of women obtaining college and advanced degrees has not translated to comparable representation in faculty positions or leadership roles in higher education. This lack of women in leadership positions, as well as ...