Trustee charges college leadership with not believing in God, and trashes its late president -- but says some comments were taken out of context.
Unusual college ousts its president after only six months on the job, apparently due to dispute with trustees over fund raising.
Board member at California's College of the Siskiyous refuses to apologize or quit after trying to block courses on Arabic or Middle Eastern history because Arabs are "our enemies."
Compensation scandal was a symptom, not a cause: Regents' intrusion into university's day-to-day operations seen as potential barrier to recruiting top-notch president.
U. of California taps esteemed Texas chancellor as president and unveils plans for smaller central office. But critics say board chair's backdoor search process proves regents don't respect university governance.
President quits after less than 2 years in office; board chair without academic background named as interim for 2-3 years.
After another round of negotiations that some thought would keep college open, university board rejects deal to do just that.
Political support wanes for West Virginia U. president, suggesting the vulnerabilities for campus leaders who lack academic credibility.
Board issues plan to adopt "Academic Bill of Rights," end faculty control of curriculum, and give trustees authority over student newspaper content and outside speakers.
National survey finds slow but steady progress in gender diversity among higher education trustees.
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