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Potential new revenue sources and “institutional effectiveness” initiatives dominated the agenda for public universities at the annual meeting of business officers.
Illinois law makes it more difficult for public universities to use outside firms to identify candidates for non-presidential jobs, but critics say it won't save money in the long run.
Questions about loyalty of one of U.Va.'s executive vice presidents highlight the awkward position of top business-side administrators, who are often divided between the president and board.
UVa's interim president addresses criticisms about board, president's resignation, and the university's efforts in online education in effort to move campus forward. Faculty leaders still want ousted president reinstated.
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