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In Error, The University of Illinois Stands Alone: A Letter to the Board of Trustees

Esteemed Board of Trustees:

My name is Sarah Roberts; I am a University of Illinois alumna and now an Assistant Professor at another institution. On the morning of August 6th, I wrote to Chancellor Wise to share my grave concern over the situation of Steven Salaita, and her unwillingness to honor his signed contract just days before he was set to take up his post, setting his life into upheaval. 592 more words

Personal Notes

Fall 2014 enrollment at St. Petersburg College up on opening day

Months of efforts to get students enrolled this fall at St. Petersburg College have paid off, as enrollment for the term is up 2.2 percent over Fall 2013. 353 more words

St. Petersburg College

Laying the foundations of a festival


A festival timeline is created, photo by James Illing

Last weekend, the Group Organisers, Court, Blues, Event Co-ordinator and Trustees gathered together to lay the foundations for Samhuinn 2014. 217 more words

In Pictures

BOT Discusses Detailed Reform Proposals

The immediate result of Friday’s meeting of the Board of Trustees’ governance and long-range planning committee is easy to sum up: Needing more time to discuss the issues in board reform, the committee decided to use its regular September meeting to decide on a proposal to send to the full board, and a special October meeting will be called for the full board to vote on the proposal. 2,054 more words

Alumni

Township Board makes significant changes to several Boards and Commissions

At the August 12, 2014 BOT meeting, the Township Board made a number of appointments that, according to Supervisor Gonser, will have a significant impact on the character of our Township.   500 more words

Oakland Township

Trustees talk capital investment, Amp, smoking at open forum

In an effort to engage in dialogue with community members and to increase its transparency, the Chautauqua Institution Board of Trustees held an open forum Saturday in the Hall of Christ. 753 more words

Community