- Today's University of Virginia Board of Visitors meeting, which could result in Teresa Sullivan's return as president, reflects problems experiences across the country in higher education.
- Mark G. Yudof, the president of the University of California, told the The New York Times that while broad changes cannot always be implemented quickly, "you can’t go too slow, or you alienate the board and the legislature."
- The article runs through other examples of upheaval at public universities in recent months, including Richard W. Lariviere's firing as president at the University of Oregon and Carolyn Martin departure from the University of Wisconsin.
From the article:
The tumult at the University of Virginia — with the sudden ouster of President Teresa Sullivan on June 10, and the widespread anticipation that she will be reinstated on Tuesday — reflects a low-grade panic now spreading through much of public higher education. ...