Shafiqa Ahmadi

August 11th, 2020
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Why Muslim college students need more institutional support

A new book examines the legal and cultural issues Muslim students face

Posted in Research
July 28th, 2020

Long-term study shows strengths, flaws of college-prep approach

Class rigor and college bureaucracies are common obstacles

Posted in Research
January 16th, 2020
USC Rossier School of Education

Tools for Inclusive Teaching

This page was developed by the USC Rossier School of Education to help faculty across all courses and programs (at USC and at other institutions around the globe) better teach the concepts of diversity.

Posted in Rossier News
October 16th, 2019
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Report: Higher ed needs better supports for Muslim students

A study of campus experiences around the country finds reasons for concern

Posted in Research
January 24th, 2018
USC Rossier School of Education

Calling for an equitable and holistic admission practice

Tenth annual CERPP Conference spotlights more equitable student assessment

February 7th, 2017
USC Rossier School of Education First Generation Summit

At first-generation college student summit, USC leaders emphasize opportunities

Provost Michael Quick joined with professors, staff and students to highlight options

February 1st, 2017
Shafiqa Ahmadi and Darnell Cole

New research center will tackle diversity, social justice issues

Shafiqa Ahmadi and Darnell Cole will begin work with survey of Muslim experiences

December 1st, 2016
Shafiqa Ahmadi and Darnell Cole

All in the Family

USC Rossier professors Shafiqa Ahmadi and Darnell Cole make a home in student housing

November 22nd, 2016
Aziz Amir

A Safe Place to Learn

Global Executive EdD student Azizullah Amir opens first school and university in Afghanistan dedicated to girls and women

March 17th, 2016
Anthony Maddox

Rossier Student Organization honors faculty at annual Spring Recognition Brunch

Also acknowledges quality of programming from PASA and EdD student organizations

Posted in People