Heather Hanosh is a master’s student in the Center for the Study of Higher and Postsecondary Education, concentrating in Student Access and Success. Her academic interests include student retention, social justice education, and inclusive practices.  She is from St. Clair Shores, Michigan and obtained her B.A. in Psychology from the University of Michigan.  Furthermore, Heather [...]

The National Forum on Higher Education for the Public Good has hosted four webinars through the uLEAD Network, each addressing a different aspect of postsecondary access and support for immigrant and undocumented students. These webinars are an important part of our outreach, education, and advocacy efforts: they allow a national audience to learn from our [...]

Months of planning came together this past Tuesday with the National Forum’s webinar on the subject of Holistic Support for Undocumented Students in a Rapidly Changing Policy Environment. The webinar was a collaboration between the National Forum and several cosponsor organizations: the National Center for Institutional Diversity, the Community College Consortium for Immigrant Education (CCCIE), [...]

Seeing my older sister attend Clark Atlanta University gave me an early impression of Minority Serving Institutions as higher education institutions dedicated to holistic formation for students of color. At CAU my stepsister developed as an athlete, experimented with different majors, grew as a leader, and explored other aspects of her identity, particularly gender. The [...]

Hannah Poulson hails from the small town of DeWitt, MI, just north of Lansing.  Living so close to the capitol instilled an appreciation for the importance of government and policy in Hannah at a very young age.  As a recent graduate of the Ford School of Public Policy, she focused her studies on issues related [...]

RESEARCH SCHOLARS Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership is proud to sponsor the Greenleaf Scholars Program. The purpose of the program is to select and support promising early career scholars and professionals who wish to study the impact of servant leadership in a wide range of organizational or social contexts. The program is administered through The [...]

Briana Akani is a junior in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts where she is majoring in Psychology and minoring in Afroamerican & African Studies and Community Action & Social Change. During her time at the university, Briana has developed strong academic interests in issues pertaining social justice and equity, particularly for underrepresented [...]

Daniel Alejandro Morales is a senior at the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy studying International Migration and Human Rights Policy. He is a founding member of the Coalition for Tuition Equality (CTE), an advocacy organization committed to the advancement of undocumented students in higher education.

If you missed the webinar, you can check it out in a couple of weeks at uleadnet.org. Thank you to all our participants, presenters, and partners!

Chengchen Zhu comes from China and is in her first year as a master student in Teaching and Learning in Educational Studies. Prior to moving to Ann Arbor, she received her BA at Sichuan International Studies University, China, majoring in Teaching Chinese As a Foreign Language. She had a one-year exchange experience in University of [...]