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Did increased legislation affecting higher education in the state force qualified leaders to back down from contention?
Two other women leaders announce retirements during addresses at respective universities.
Huston-Tillotson hires Southern University’s Melva Williams as its second consecutive female president.
The past three years have been fraught with change at the top. Will those patterns continue beyond the pandemic?
Business executive Nuno Fernandes will lead a powerful but embattled American Public University System; newly appointed University of New Haven chancellor steps down.
The Boards at North Georgia and Wayne State will be searching for new leaders to replace Bonita Jacobs and M. Roy Wilson.
Despite long-range positivity, there remain concerns in areas around student affairs, including retention of faculty and staff.
Notre Dame is one of many universities offering increases to workers, but is it enough to offset inflation?
Barnard College's leader for the past five years says she is 'deeply moved by what lies ahead' for the Ivy League school.
U-M names Santa Ono of the University of British Columbia as its next leader; Penn State's Bendapudi faces allegations from former colleague at Louisville.
Kroll says university leaders will be transparent but also acknowledges ‘serious hardships’ lie ahead.
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