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Florida Atlantic Board Chair Resigns Amid Stalled Search

FAU’s search for a new president started in January 2023, but state officials suspended it in July, alleging missteps. Today the process remains stuck in limbo.

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University of Arizona Begins to Address Financial Woes

Facing a projected $177 million budget deficit, UA administrators are working on a recovery plan amid sharp criticism from the governor and others.

Governor Blasts University of Arizona for Financial Crisis

In a scathing letter to the Arizona Board of Regents, Governor Katie Hobbs chastised the University of Arizona and its...
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Why Did the Cal State Strike End After Just 1 Day?

California State University’s systemwide strike quickly ended with a tentative agreement. Some faculty members are urging a no vote on what union leaders say is an “excellent” deal.

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Virginia Commonwealth’s News Release Battle—With Itself

The university’s public affairs school published poll results criticizing university leaders, who then insulted the poll’s methodology. The school fired back.

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DEI Spending Banned, Sociology Scrapped in Florida

Florida’s State Board of Education imposed new prohibitions on DEI spending at state colleges, following a similar decision for state universities.

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What Does a New Governor Mean for Higher Ed in Louisiana?

Critics fear that Jeff Landry is seeking undue power over the state’s universities. Pre-emptively, some institutions have already backtracked on DEI.

Eastern Gateway Community College Under U.S., State Criminal Investigation

A search warrant issued by federal, state and local law enforcement authorities was executed last week at Eastern Gateway Community...