Ninety-one percent of faculty members at California State University Stanislaus voted no confidence last week in President Ham Shirvani, The Modesto Bee reported. Faculty leaders stressed that frustration with the president extends beyond the current budget problems in the state. They said that there have been problems with financial management and lack of communication that predate the current crisis. A university vice president said that the vote wasn't a surprise, given how painful budget cuts have been. In Ohio last week, faculty members at Owens Community College voted no confidence in Paul Unger, the provost, The Toledo Blade reported that faculty leaders blame Unger for the loss of accreditation for the college's nursing program. College officials have apologized for the loss of accreditation.
- Oil boom and trust of conservative lawmakers means more money for North Dakota colleges
- Quick Takes: Fatal Fire, Finalists in LA, $540,000 Award for Ex-Coach, Crime Reporting Violation, Albright Suit, Sports Spending
- Quick Takes: Pomona and Swarthmore Eliminate Loans, 12 Colleges in Genomics Experiment, Stanford Seeks Young Scholars of Race, No Confidence at Modesto, Tighter Oversight at Chicago State, President's Private Shower Nixed
- An Opening for Community Colleges
- Santa Clara U. faculty object to change in health plans to deny abortion coverage
Search for Jobs
Popular Job Categories