A Look at Black Female College Presidents
- Responding to the Voice of Black Women. Stewart, Pearl // Black Issues in Higher Education;3/28/2002, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p24
Reports on the increasing number of Afro-American women in college and university administrative posts as of March 2002. Attributions to the trend; List of Afro-American women presidents; Predictions for the trend.
- Cole 'grateful' after first year at Bennett College. Wesley, Joya // New York Amsterdam News;7/24/2003, Vol. 94 Issue 30, p29
Johnnetta Cole feels thankful as she celebrates her first year as president of the Bennett College in New York City. Cole spent her first anniversary at Bennett talking with reporters. She said that she would be five years at Bennett and on the work that remains to be done. The top challenge on...
- Madam president. Fields, Cheryl D. // Black Issues in Higher Education;09/03/98, Vol. 15 Issue 14, p6
Focuses on the percentage of Afro-American female presidents in universities and colleges. Background details on Mary McLeod Bethune's creation of the only historically Black college to be founded by a woman, Bethune-Cookman College; Challenges faced by historically Black institutions in the...
- UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO DEAN. // Ebony;Jun2004, Vol. 59 Issue 8, p12
Features Danielle Allen, the first African-American dean at the University of Chicago in Illinois as of June 2004. Comment on her role as dean of the humanities division; Career background with the university; Educational background.
- Denise Rodgers Lands a New Job at the New Rutgers University. // Women in Academia Report;07/09/2013, p10
The article announces that Denise Rodgers was appointed as vice chancellor for interprofessional programs at Rutgers University and director of the Rutgers Urban Health and Wellness Institute.
- Four African Americans in New Administrative Positions in Higher Education Filed in Appointments on December 6, 2013. // Journal of Blacks in Higher Education (BruCon Publishing Co.);12/12/2013, p23
The article announces several appointments including Paula Edgar as chief diversity officer at New York Law School, Renee A. Middleton as board of director of the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards and Sean Huddleston as assistant vice president at Grand Valley State University.
- Seeking Professional Opportunities Outside Your Comfort Zone. Jimison, Sylvia // Diverse: Issues in Higher Education;6/26/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 10, p20
The author discusses her experiences as an African American women college administrator. While working at the Cape Cod Community College in Massachusetts, she felt isolated from the other administrators because the staff was not diverse. The author used her talents to coordinate cultural events...
- Feminist press author reveals identity (as Harvard Dean). Howell, Mary; Campbell, Margaret // Women's Studies Quarterly;Spring/Summer97, Vol. 25 Issue 1/2, p103
Opinion. Reflects on the author's appointment to the post of Associate Dean for Student Affairs at the Harvard Medical School in 1972. Reference to the fact that the position was assumed by a black woman; How the appointment was made; Description of the position.
- Premiere Virginians. // Jet;06/02/97, Vol. 92 Issue 2, p33
Presents a picture of Dr. Marie V. McDemmond, Robert C. `Bobby' Scott, and Douglas Wilder at the 1997 Tim Reid Celebrity Weekend Gala at Norfolk State University in Virginia. McDemmond as the first female president of Norfolk State University.