Do Counterpart Support Policy Play the Role in Educational Equity and Efficient Issues in Chinese Higher Education?
Purpose of the study The Chinese Ministry of Education started the counterpart support program between the universities located in the eastern and western areas in... Read More
Beyond grades and test scores: Understanding school effects on college access through semantic analysis of application essays of Latinx students
In our paper, we examine a dataset of college application essays submitted by Latinx applicants to a selective public university system in 2015. Each essay... Read More
The LGBTQ+ Presidency: Examining factors that predict the visibility and advancement of LGBTQ+ leaders in higher education
In many parts of the United States, lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and queer (LGBTQ+) communities have enjoyed increasing recognition of their social, political, and economic... Read More
Performing diversity: A historical and organizational analysis on the rise of diversity-related offices in American universities
The civil rights and related social movements in the sixties pressed for a more inclusive and equitable society. Given the centrality of higher education to... Read More
Development of students’ multilingual competence in EMI postgraduate research programs: Problems and possibilities
Introduction As Macaro et al. (2018) note, the use of English as a medium of instruction (EMI), i.e., teaching academic subjects in English, has increased... Read More
Achieving excellence through diversity? An examination of presence and role of diversity offices in universities worldwide
In the pursuit toward excellence, how have universities worldwide incorporated and institutionalized diversity and inclusion? How is the notion of diversity conceptualized and interpreted in... Read More
Negotiating My Ethnicity: How Higher Education Matters?
Higher education has long been acknowledged for its importance in fostering student identity development. Focusing on Chinese American college students in a predominately white institution... Read More
Voices Unheard: Religious minority students navigate Pakistan’s higher education system
Religion-based violence and intolerance is often fueled by the education system of Pakistan, largely through the biased portrayals of religious minorities in textbooks (Afzal, 2017).... Read More