Tag Archive: discrimination

College and University Leaders Take a Stand against Discrimination By Dr. Brooke Wells

In the wake of the President Trump’s aggressive and swift actions on immigration, college and university leaders are increasingly taking a stronger stance in response to these actions. In fact, Bennington College lists… Continue reading

Political and Social Inclusion and Diversity

In the wake of the polarizing presidential election in 2016 and the election of Trump as our 45th president, there has been renewed debate about ideological and political diversity on college campuses. Though… Continue reading

Drug Courts: Fair Courts?

Work in the School of Human Services Professions allows us wonderful opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration. Beyond this, students dually enrolled in programs at Widener, such as PsyD and Criminal Justice or MSW and… Continue reading

I Wish I was a Minority

Have you heard remarks like these in your classroom? Maybe during a discussion on race, a white student notes that if only she were in the minority, then she would have more scholarships… Continue reading