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Public Higher Ed Archive
"The faculty resolution targeted the administration's poor planning, faulty decision making, and financial mismanagement."
Michael LeRoy, Univ. of Illinois professor, "There is no moral compass. There is no brotherhood."
"Per-student research expenditures at 1890 colleges (HBCUs) are less than 1/3 of 1862 (initial) land-grant institutions."
"When asked about the program cuts, (president) Gee told the student newspaper, “I actually hope it helps enrollment."
"Policies, such as doubling the Pell Grant, are critical to ensuring that lower-income students can access, afford, and succeed."
Barbara Petersen, FL Center for Govt Accountability: “Looks like overkill...overbroad public-records/meeting exemptions."
The Chronicle of Higher Education: "What sort of education must a public flagship provide?"
"People outside the state need to realize the degree to which the WVU administration played an active role."
"The agenda is sales, and I can think of few things more contrary to the purpose and mission of a …
"These cuts go beyond what’s reasonable and straight into territory of absurdity.”
James V. Koch: "Public trustees nationally approved 98% of the cost-increase proposals. Few say, 'No, we can’t do that.'”
UCLA professor Ozan Jaquette: "The death rates were certainly lower for colleges that changed their names to ‘university,’”
"Public universities are bellwethers for the health of our democracy. To see them eroded is to see American democracy eroded."
"The latest phase of greedy mayhem left the Pac-12 dangling, jeopardizing the identity of football on the West Coast."