As anger builds in wake of report finding wrongdoing in awarding of M.B.A. to governor's daughter, questions arise whether resignation will be the last.
Professors at West Virginia U., outraged by scandal, demand president's ouster. Will anyone listen?
In a state known for competition among its public colleges and universities, Nevada higher education officials hope a health care crisis will be the cause for cooperation.
Ouster is second in four years; John Lilley's rocky years as the university's chief were capped with a controversy over the tenure process.
Embattled Faculty Senate at Ohio U. endorses pursuing collective bargaining amid an impasse between professors and administrators.
Student protesters vacate the dining hall they had occupied for more than 30 hours after President Bob Kerrey agrees to an updated list of demands.
Questions about administrative growth, use of resources, "corporatization," and shared governance are at root of faculty-administration conflicts.
Anonymous benefactor pays for consultant to suggest cost-cutting strategies for Chapel Hill, prompting criticism from faculty who want to know if there is an agenda or conflict of interest.
Constantine Papadakis, who transformed Drexel U. and earned fans and critics along the way, dies suddenly.
National trustees' group calls for institutional leaders to treat athletics like other campus matters, delegating authority to president and others but holding them accountable.
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