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New Presidents or Provosts: Allegheny, Bluefield State–Beckley, British Columbia, Clayton State, Johns Hopkins, Midwestern State, Tennessee-Martin

Benoit-Antoine Bacon , president and vice chancellor of Carleton University, in Ottawa, has been selected as president and vice chancellor...
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Short-Staffed, Colleges Outsource Financial Aid Offices

Last month Kentucky State U and Bethany College outsourced financial aid services. Such moves reflect a challenging environment for professionals in the field.

Utah Governor Tells Presidents to Avoid Political Statements

Utah governor Spencer Cox has discouraged public college presidents from making statements on contentious political issues. “I do not care...
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Enrollment, Financial Challenges Prompt Saint Rose Closure

The Albany, N.Y., institution will close next year after ongoing enrollment issues. Leaders unsuccessfully sought a partnership to keep the embattled college open.

Golden Gate University Law School Ends J.D. Offerings

Golden Gate University will cease offering a juris doctor program, though its law school will not shut down altogether and...
Pro-Palestinian students protest at UCLA. One holds a sign that reads "neutral = pro genocide."

UC Faculty Oppose Plans for ‘Viewpoint-Neutral’ Middle East History

Some scholars found the idea of developing programming to ease on-campus tensions over the Israel-Hamas war an outrageous overstep by the system’s president.

Youngstown State Presidential Hiring Process Roils Donors

Backlash to the opaque presidential search process that led Youngstown State University to hire Congressman Bill Johnson continued this week...
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Can Interim ‘Troubleshooter’ Presidents Turn Universities Around?

U.K. universities, in increasingly dire financial straits, are turning to experienced hands to steady the ship. But is short-termism really what institutions need?