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Long-Stalled Florida Atlantic Presidential Search Restarts

The institution’s initial hunt for a new leader was suspended in July over alleged anomalies. Now it’s back on, more than a year after it officially began.

University of Arizona President to Step Down

Nearly six months into a financial crisis and facing the wrath of Governor Katie Hobbs, University of Arizona President Robert...
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Birmingham-Southern Announces Abrupt Closure

Denied a lifeline from a tailor-made state loan program, the small, private Christian institution will close in May after years of financial issues.

University of Nebraska Regents Pick Presidential Finalist

The University of Nebraska Board of Regents named Jeffrey Gold as its priority candidate for the system’s open presidency, making...
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Nebraska Governor Pushes Regents to Hire a New President

Jim Pillen has accused the University of Nebraska Board of Regents of taking too long to find a leader. But the search mirrors timelines from Pillen’s stint as a regent.

Move to Vacate Tennessee State Board Advances

Tennessee’s Senate Education Committee voted Wednesday to vacate the Tennessee State University Board of Trustees, which would sweep out the...
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Regents on the Hot Seat

Boards in Arizona, Hawaii, Michigan and Wisconsin, have faced shake-ups and threats of removal recently amid culture war clashes and self-inflicted controversies.

State Monitor Urges NJCU to Sell Assets, Seek Partner

An independent state-appointed monitor issued a series of recommendations for struggling New Jersey City University, including that it sell off...