Thought Leadership

Ángel B. Pérez, PhD is often called upon by domestic and international media outlets to lend his voice on issues of higher education and college access.  Below you will find a brief selection of his articles.

Reexamining Our Approach to College Access | The New England Journal of Higher Education – August 14, 2017

It’s not just about jobs. Colleges must help students find their passions | The Washington Post – March 10, 2017

Race and Class on Campus | The New England Journal of Higher Education – October 21, 2016

It’s Time to Rethink How We Evaluate Students for Higher Education | From The Huffington Post – February 16, 2016

Heading to College? Let’s Make Sure You Graduate | From The Huffington Post: College – August 5, 2015

The ‘Best and The Brightest’ Aren’t Always Obvious  | From The Chronicle of Higher Education – July 21, 2014

Becoming an Admissions Dean | From Inside Higher Ed – November 6, 2013

From Where I Sit – Admission Attachés | From the Times Higher Education (U.K.) – January 24, 2013

Want to Get Into College? Learn To Fail | From Education Week – January 21, 2012

Higher Education for The Public Good | From The Journal of College Admission – Winter 2012

Waiting for The Incredible Hulk | From Inside Higher Ed – November 16, 2010

College admissions strategies: Don’t listen to friends, and more | From The Washington Post – March 7, 2010

How To Realistically Focus Your College Search | From The Washington Post – February 24, 2010

College Admissions’ Wrenching Ins and Outs | From The Los Angeles Times – April 3, 2009

How College Affects Identity Construction | From The Journal of College Admission – Winter 2009

I’m Tired, and So Are You | From The Chronicle of Higher Education – January 27, 2009

The Hispanic Presidency in Academia | From The Hispanic Outlook – August 15, 2005

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