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Iowa Board of Regents Hear Protests of Univ of Iowa

IOWA CITY, Iowa- The Iowa Board of Regents heard comment from the public, and University of Iowa staff, and students regarding the planned closure of the UI Labor Center,  a part of the College of Law. 383 more words

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Milliken Named Chancellor Of University Of Texas System

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The University of Texas System formally appointed James B. Milliken as chancellor of its 14 academic and health campuses and institutions. 100 more words

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Phase one of Strategic Pathways seeks to cut UA athletics programs

Originally published Aug. 23, 2016 for The Northern Light

In a presentation on August 17, University of Alaska announced one of the first proposed phases of the Strategic Pathways program. 787 more words

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College Facing Another Presidential Crisis

DYSTOPIA–Dystopia College once again faces a void in executive leadership,  Associate Board of Regents Chair Rich Azphuk confirmed today.

Aphuk said long-time Dystopia President Overly Payeed-Admyn has tendered his resignation, effective immediately, and will be taking up permanent residence on his private Caribbean island with his formerly secret lover, former Director of Assessment Assessment Dr. 273 more words

DC News Brief: Board Still Undecided on Presidential Question

DYSTOPIA–The Dystopia College Board of Regents has not yet reached an official decision regarding an appropriate resolution to the ongoing power struggle between returning President Overly Payeed-Admyn and Acting President Ruth Laws Kant, who took over while Payeed was on leave. 165 more words

Regents approve Memorandum of Understanding regarding Lubbock City Hall

The Board of Regents at South Plains College approved a Memorandum of Understanding between the college, the City of Lubbock, and Lubbock Economic Development Alliance to explore the possibility of using Lubbock City Hall as a future campus during their April meeting. 841 more words

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Regents approve tuition, fees increase for fall

An increase in tuition and fees, a project proposal for an in-house CDL driver school and emergency management were among the topics discussed during the March meeting of the South Plains College Board of Regents. 486 more words

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