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Dean Hoke Appointed President and CEO of the American Association of University Administrators

Edu Alliance Journal

. – March 21, 2023 — Dean Hoke, of Bloomington, Indiana, has been chosen to serve as the next President and Chief Executive Officer of the American Association of University Administrators ( AAUA ), currently based in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania. King will retire after nineteen years of service in that position.

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Why You Should Be A Member of the American Association of University Administrators

Edu Alliance Journal

I decided to join in 2018 The American Association of University Administrators (AAUA). AAUA is a non-profit professional organization founded in 1970 for higher education leaders and administrative personnel. The 50th Leadership Seminar of the American Association of University Administrators is scheduled for June 9-10, 2022.

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Scholars Respond to the Death of a University Administrator

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Dr. Antoinette “Bonnie” Candia-Bailey Lincoln University In an email sent on the day of her death , Candia-Bailey, who served as vice president of student affairs at Lincoln University in Missouri, a historically Black university, accused Dr. Antoinette “Bonnie” Candia-Bailey's suicide on Jan.

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Students Speak: How We Use Artificial Intelligence

EdTech Magazine - Higher Education

Everyone in university administration — including in the IT office — knows how valuable it is to truly understand how those students feel, what they want, what they appreciate and what they dislike about their college experience. College students are the lifeblood of higher education.

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West Virginia Students, Faculty Cry Out on Final Day Before Vote on Deep Cuts

Inside Higher Ed

West Virginia Students, Faculty Cry Out on Final Day Before Vote on Deep Cuts Ryan Quinn Thu, 09/14/2023 - 07:30 PM At a raucous public comment session Thursday, the WVU Board of Governors heard final pleas to reject university administrators’ proposed cuts. Byline(s) Ryan Quinn

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Supreme Court Declines to Hear North Carolina State Professor’s Case

Inside Higher Ed

The Supreme Court declined to hear the case of a North Carolina State University professor who alleged the university retaliated against him for speaking his mind and opposing some of the university’s social justice and diversity, equity and inclusion efforts.

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FAMCO’s Fight for Fair Healthcare

Academe Blog

BY MEGAN DELANEY, GABRIELLE HACKENBERG, AND AMANDA STOJANOV The Faculty Association of Monmouth University (FAMCO) recently finished an extensive reopener with university administration regarding our healthcare costs and plans.