AAUP has released a scathing report compiling interviews from current and former faculty members, students, alumni, trustees, and retired university leaders documenting what it believes is a network of institutions declining into authoritative control, intellectual and moral bankruptcy and unfettered faculty turnover.
The regulation's added ordinance barring public or social activism comes weeks after the Hamas-Israel conflict sparked incendiary student protests and backlash to university presidents' official statements.
Recent state legislation and partnerships have greatly improved institutions' abilities to pump out a skilled workforce by improving student resources and offering flexible. affordable bachelor's degree attainment opportunities.
One in eight prospective students surveyed will not enroll in a Florida public college due to DeSantis' education policies, according to Intelligent, while 21% of current students who disagree with DeSantis are thinking about transferring.
In three short months, New College of Florida installed six new trustees, ousted its president, abolished its Office of Outreach and Inclusive Excellence, and is now removing any trace of Yoleidy Rosario-Hernandez, the school's top DEI officer.
Richard Corcoran, selected by the school's newly conservative board of trustees, will receive a $699,000 base salary, double the pay of his predecssor, who was fired less than a month ago in a "hostile takeover."