As N.C. State chancellor resigns amid controversy, several other besieged college leaders hold on. So how do presidents persevere in scandal or avoid it altogether?
After only a year as the first Hispanic and first female president of Texas A&M, Elsa Murano quits. Was she forced out for not letting politics dictate a key appointment?
New monograph offers anonymous presidents’ candid accounts of dealing with “rogue” community college board members.
University of Illinois trustees have yet to condemn the president or chancellor for a widespread admissions scandal. Maybe that's because the trustees are implicated, too.
Financial concerns trump all others for trustees, a report from the Association of Governing Boards finds.
As others hunkered down, Greensboro College embarked on massive growth and gave raises in the leanest of years. Now it's fighting for survival.
New Jersey attorney general sues Stevens Institute of Technology, seeking to oust president and board chair who are accused of breaking rule after rule.
In joint statement, the Association of Governing Boards and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation urge trustees to get involved in the accreditation process.
Florida State board chairman says it's time for the university's longtime football coach to go, arguably ignoring state and national guidelines about interference in sports programs.
Special accrediting panel finds Maricopa trustees in violation of numerous standards and to be lacking in civility or knowledge of their roles.
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