Eugenia Kim

Eugenia Kim is a program associate for the Roosevelt network.

Eugenia Kim argues that too many corporate interests in America’s institutions of higher education are holding back progress on disinvesting from fossil fuels and investing in environmentally-friendly industries. Yes, it is important that universities remain financially healthy and solvent; however, it should be noted that any kind of investment is risky, including investments in the

Academics, concerned students, or our government is not deciding the future of our universities. In looking at who has the decision making power at large colleges and universities across the country it is clear that those who have the power to make decisions are never going to be affected by those decisions. When it comes

College students across the country are rallying around issues ranging from rising student debt to divestment to sexual assault. These movements become stronger with each new campus group that adds its voice to the national collective, demonstrating that there is power in numbers. Yet while it is important to highlight national problems at the university