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Florida AG Asked to Weigh In on Presidential Search

The Florida Board of Governors voted Friday to ask the state attorney general to weigh in on the Florida Atlantic...

Arkansas Tech President, on Medical Leave, Is Fired

Arkansas Tech University fired its president, Robin E. Bowen, without cause Saturday three months into a medical leave she began...
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Who Wants to Lead a Presidential Search in Florida?

Political issues have derailed recent executive searches in the state, leaving some firms carefully weighing which searches to take on.

West Virginia University students protesting proposed faculty member layoffs and academic program cuts. One student holds a stick above the crowd, and another has a sign reading "Gee + BOG Need to GO."

WVU Faculty Overwhelmingly Votes No Confidence in Gee, Calls for Freeze in Cuts

West Virginia faculty members approved two resolutions Wednesday, condemning the university’s president along with the layoffs and cuts to academic programs that he has backed.

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The First 3-Year Degree Programs Win Approval

BYU-Idaho and Ensign College will launch truncated bachelor’s degree programs next spring after getting the go-ahead from the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.

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Most Governing Boards Don’t Reflect Student Diversity

A new report in Washington Monthly shows a potential correlation between the diversity of college and university governing boards and graduation rates.

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From Lone Star College Custodian to Dean

Reyna Gómez Tippetts says community colleges are “the gateway for education” and provide an opportunity “to help you get to the next step.”