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Norwich University President Out

Inside Higher Ed

Norwich University president Mark Anarumo is out after three years leading the private military college in Vermont, a decision that Anarumo told VTDigger was “mutual.” University officials have been tight-lipped about his departure.

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5 tips for college and university presidents to support diversity, equity and inclusion

University Business

The following five tips will help college and university presidents remain committed to supporting DEI on their campuses: Don’t assume. First of all, the most helpful piece of advice a president can take at this moment is to not make assumptions about where DEI currently stands on your campus. They are clear and mission-driven.

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Lincoln University President Placed on Paid Leave Following Suicide of School Vice President

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Lincoln University President Dr. John B. 8 suicide of Lincoln vice president Dr. Antionette "Bonnie" Candia-Bailey. Moseley has been placed on paid leave voluntarily while personnel and mental health concerns are externally reviewed following the Jan. Dr. John B.

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Temple University president resigns

Inside Higher Ed

Image: Temple University president Jason Wingard resigned abruptly on Tuesday after less than two years on the job, the Board of Trustees announced.

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Tennessee State University president to resign in spring 2024

Higher Ed Dive

Glenda Glover has been the HBCU’s leader since 2013 and seen it through issues like the state shortchanging the institution on public funding.

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La Sierra University President Steps Down Suddenly

Inside Higher Ed

La Sierra University president Joy A. Fehr had led the small Seventh-day Adventist university in California since 2019. She joined La Sierra in 2015 as associate provost before moving up to the provost role and then the presidency.

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University president is cleared of bullying in Black academic’s suicide

University Business

President John Moseley was placed on paid leave after the death in January of Antoinette “Bonnie” Candia-Bailey, the vice president of student affairs at Lincoln, a historically Black university. The post University president is cleared of bullying in Black academic’s suicide appeared first on University Business.