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Florida Atlantic University hasn’t yet ironed out the job description for the next president of the university. But Gov. Ron DeSantis’ office has reportedly already approached Republican Rep. Randy Fine for the job, despite him not having experience as an academic or administrator in higher education.
Faculty, staff and students are united in calling for Connecticut College president Katherine Bergeron to step down after a dean resigned in protest. So far, she’s resisting.
Ruth Simmons left Prairie View A&M early over limits to her authority in hiring decisions. Deferring such powers to new presidents is a common practice but often not a set policy.
Colorado higher education is at a crossroads. For decades, funding for Colorado higher education has not kept pace with inflation, and at the same time, the state’s student body has become increasingly more diverse.
On Thursday, Feb. 9, students gathered to voice their concerns and ideas about what they are looking for in the next chancellor of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Wichita State community members gathered virtually Wednesday at the first two presidential search forums to share concerns, questions, and thoughts about the presidential search with AGB search representatives Sally Mason and Garry Owens.
Portraits, special ceremonies, emeritus status and massive payouts are just a few of the perks some ex-presidents receive—no matter what kind of upheaval they leave behind.
The Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges (AGB) selected CMC’s Board of Trustees as one of five boards – one public college, two private universities, and two public college or university foundations – nationally to receive its John W. Nason Award for Board Leadership.
Stakeholders at West Liberty University indicate they want the school’s next president to be a “unifyer” – someone who can bring together staff, students and all departments at WLU while also addressing alumni and state legislature concerns.
Purdue Northwest faculty members want Chancellor Thomas L. Keon to step down after a racist remark. Keon is clinging to his job despite a reprimand from the Board of Trustees.
Colorado State Paid Ex-President Nearly $1.6 Million to Leave. Her Likely Replacement Is Raising Eyebrows.
Amy Parsons, a former senior administrator at Colorado State University at Fort Collins, will in all likelihood become the university’s next president, a selection that some professors criticize as misguided.