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Here’s why some Gen Z grads face a tight employment window

Nearly a third of employers hiring entry-level positions admitted avoiding selecting Gen Zers, according to a survey from ResumeBuilder.com. The culprit? Entitlement.

President moves: Shake-up in Louisiana moves two leaders. This Virginian leaves the West Coast

Two University of Louisiana System leaders have changed the state's dynamic in the past two weeks as they pursue new opportunities within the state's framework, which has drawn some pushback.

President moves: Tried and true academics take charge

College presidents come in all shapes and sizes, but these last two weeks illustrate institutional boards' confidence in hiring academics with battle-tested experience in higher education.

President moves: Why community members are opposed to 2 leaders stepping down

Of the four college and university presidents whose run will end by the end of the academic year, only one is retiring on satisfying terms. The three others have sent shockwaves through the community.

President moves: New hires, plus retiring leaders being lauded for their pandemic strategy

Clarence D. Ambrister and Tom Bogart managed their pandemic-era funding to set their institutions up for long-term success and have decided to retire on the upswing of a highly approved career.

President moves: Some are homegrown, others served public departments

It's almost a fantasy to think one can be selected to not only lead a school but do so in one's home state. One hired and one retired president live that reality.

President moves: Hired, fired, retired and one unexpected loss after a 19-year tenure

Among the batch of hires and exits, one leader suddenly passed away after her health took a turn only two hours prior. Elsewhere, before becoming president, at least two leaders have served higher education in an academic or administrative capacity for more than 25 years.

Hillary Clinton to become global affairs professor at Columbia University

She will serve as a professor of practice at the School of International and Public Affairs and as a presidential fellow at Columbia World Projects, according to a statement from Columbia U. President Lee Bollinger.

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