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Topic - Board Of Regents
The University of Hawaii will not be locked into a long-term contract with its next president, a spokeswoman said.
Gov. Dave Heineman confirmed Wednesday that he will apply for the University of Nebraska presidency, saying he welcomes scrutiny of his candidacy and arguing that he can win support for the position despite his lack of advanced degrees.
Paul Tuss of Havre has been elected the chairman of the state Board of Regents, which oversees the Montana university system.
The two men vying to become the next University of Hawaii president interviewed for the job Tuesday, amid criticism over one of the finalists' qualifications and the search process.
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In-state tuition and fees will remain the same in the next school year for University of Texas System students, despite concerns from school presidents that they need more money or risk losing top faculty to competitors.
With higher education funding still below pre-recession levels, all six of Kansas' state universities have asked the Board of Regents to raise tuition and fees for the next incoming freshman class.
The board overseeing higher education in Kansas revised a policy allowing state universities to discipline or fire employees for improper social media use by adding statements Wednesday that academic freedom and free speech rights will be protected.
University of Oklahoma President David Boren says the Board of Regents will likely consider upgrades to OU's stadium when the panel meets next month in Ardmore.
The Legislature's finance committee approved a new policy governing University of Wisconsin System surpluses on Tuesday, wrapping up a nasty clash between Republicans and UW officials over the system's massive balances.
With its pyramids, tosses, and tumbling, cheerleading would be classified as a high school sport in New York under a measure recommended by state education officials Monday that would require coaches to be properly trained and schools to follow common safety standards.
Tuition is going up for Georgia students at all 31 state colleges and universities under a budget plan approved Tuesday by the state Board of Regents, including the largest increase of $372 more per semester for Georgia Tech undergraduates.
It was a quiet exit for Jim Purcell.
The field of finalists for the presidency of Fort Hays State University has been narrowed to five, with interviews on the northwest Kansas campus to begin next week.
Gov. Steve Bullock has appointed a Bozeman businessman and a Billings attorney to the state Board of Regents.