The University of Alaska needs to clarify governance duties and isn’t doing enough to include faculty and student input, writes the president of the university’s accrediting agency.
The University of Alaska has some room to breath with a smaller cut, but not that much room.
It’s far from over.
Dunleavy says it’s not his job to come up with a vision for the University of Alaska—or Alaska, for that matter.
And, surprise, the House still doesn’t have an organization.
The proposed cuts highlight the risk with relying one Legislature to keep the promises of another.