Columbia University will expand its ongoing commitment to diversity in its faculty, dedicating another $100 million over the next five years—in addition to $85 million since 2005—to support recruitment and career development for professors, doctoral and post-doctoral students who traditionally have been underrepresented in higher education. Continue reading University Commits Another $100 Million to Faculty Diversity
We’ve all dreamed of what we would do if we won the lottery. Take care of our family. Send our kids to college. Buy our dream house. Travel. The list goes on and on.
Continue reading One in ten Latino families cite winning the lottery as a method to pay for a child’s education
The need for diversity has been something that has plagued the NHL for much longer than their Hockey Is For Everyone initiative has been around. Continue reading Making their mark: Latinos in hockey
Even though the U.S. Latino population continues to grow, Hispanics remain disproportionately under-represented in the legal field. Continue reading ‘Where Are All the Latino Lawyers?’: Hispanics Scarce in the Legal Profession
With aisles of candy and Halloween decorations finding its way into department stores around the world, PUMA has decided to get in on the festivities with the unveiling of its new “Day of the Dead” 2017 pack. Continue reading PUMA Gets Spooky With New “Day of the Dead” 2017 Pack
The National Minority Supplier Diversity Conference and Business Opportunity Exchange coming to Detroit, MI, October 22-25, 2017 is the nation’s premier forum on minority supplier development. For four days, more than 6,000 corporate CEOs, procurement executives and supplier diversity professionals from the top multinational companies, as well as leading Asian, Black, Hispanic and Native American business owners and international organizations will convene at Cobo Center to re-energize their collective efforts to Certify > Develop > Connect > and Advocate for solid minority firms in the global corporate supply chain.
Continue reading NMSDC 2017- What To Do
Partners with Somos Prods, Boomdog TV and Piñolywood Studios to trace the rise of the iconic band. Continue reading Endemol Shine Latino Co-produces Drama Series on Latin Boy Band, Menudo
The Latino high school dropout rate has fallen to a new low, and it has been accompanied by record-high college enrollment, according to a new report byPew Research Center. Continue reading Latino Dropout Rate Plummets as College Enrollment Hits Record High
When Latinos today think about Café Bustelo, the plain red and yellow 10 oz. brick envasado al vacío (“vacuum packed”) reminds them of Cuba, Puerto Rico, and other Latino origins. But very few people know that the founder Gregorio Bustelo was born in Spain. Continue reading In the Iconic Café Bustelo, A Story of New York’s Spanish Immigrant Community
Comedian Vladimir Caamaño’s move from New York City to Los Angeles two years ago might not have turned out exactly the way he had planned, but the Dominican-American stand-up performer is making the best of a situation that comes with the territory for anyone trying to make a name for themselves in the entertainment industry. Continue reading Vladimir Caamaño On Finding the Right Network for the First-Ever Dominican Family Comedy