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Racial Differences in Food and Housing Insecurity Among Community College Students

Racial Differences in Food and Housing Insecurity Among Community College Students

The data from a study conducted at San Diego State University showed that among community college students 48.4 percent of Black men and 41.1 percent of Black women expressed housing insecurity. Black men also had a very high level of food insecurity.

A Blueprint for Advancing the Educational Success of Black Males

A Blueprint for Advancing the Educational Success of Black Males

A consortium of seven research centers on education have issued a report that offers an assessment of the educational status of African American males at all levels of education and offers recommendations on what can be done to improve their prospects for success.

The New Director of the Center for African American Research and Policy

The New Director of the Center for African American Research and Policy

J. Luke Wood is an assistant professor of administration, rehabilitation, and postsecondary education and interim director of the doctoral program in community college leadership at San Diego State University.

Former Professor to Chair California Committee Investigating Hate Crimes on College Campuses

Former Professor to Chair California Committee Investigating Hate Crimes on College Campuses

Shirley N. Weber, a Democrat Assemblywoman from San Diego and a former professor at San Diego State University, will chair a 15-member commission investigating hate crimes on state university campuses.

African American Scholar Honored by the Council for the Study of Community Colleges

African American Scholar Honored by the Council for the Study of Community Colleges

J. Luke Wood, an assistant professor of administration, rehabilitation, and postsecondary education at San Diego State University, was honored for vast scholarship pertaining to community colleges, particularly in relation to African American men.

Africana Studies Scholar Elected to the California State Assembly

Africana Studies Scholar Elected to the California State Assembly

Shirley Weber, professor and chair of the department of Africana studies at San Diego State University, will be the first African American state legislator in California from a district south of the Los Angeles metropolitan area.

Study Finds Racial Bias in Split-Second Decision-Making on Who Is Dangerous

Study Finds Racial Bias in Split-Second Decision-Making on Who Is Dangerous

A new study by researchers at the University of Colorado and San Diego State University finds that both college students and police officers exhibit racial bias when confronted with split-second decisions on who is dangerous and who is not.