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2 years ago |

Watson has work cut out for him at CSU

Students, faculty say the school's newly named president will have to earn their trust. Watson plans to focus on CSU's business operations first, overhauling everything from customer service and student financial aid to protocols for buying equipment.

almost 5 years ago | Peter Sachs

CSU faculty, students to gov: replace trustees

The faculty senate lodged a vote of no-confidence in the board of trustees. Some on campus are calling on the governor to block the trustees from hiring a new president.

almost 5 years ago | Peter Sachs

CSU advisory board resigns over presidential search process

Thirteen of the advisory committee’s 15 members signed a resolution and walked out of a closed-door meeting today. Officials say no decision has been made on who Chicago State’s next president will be.

almost 5 years ago | Peter Sachs

Mental health centers will reopen Monday

Following reports of their imminent demise and mayoral salvation, four city-run mental health centers will be open for business on Monday. Federal stimulus dollars will be used to keep them running.

5 years ago | Alex Parker

CSU student paper resumes publishing as federal lawsuit continues

A federal lawsuit says administrators effectively shut down the student newspaper and fired its faculty advisor because it was publishing articles critical of how the school was being run.

5 years ago | Peter Sachs

Outsource fundraising at CSU, Watson says

One candidate for the top job at Chicago State University says the school would be able to raise more money by hiring an outside company to lead the effort.

5 years ago | Peter Sachs

Faculty, students ask tough questions of Watson at CSU

Anger at the university’s presidential selection process boiled over today as more than 100 faculty and students packed a room to grill Wayne Watson.

5 years ago | Peter Sachs

Adams shows off new brand ideas for CSU

The candidate wants the university to be "Ready to go" with new course offerings, a reinvigorated emphasis on research and better financial aid. But not everyone is buying the pitch.

5 years ago | Peter Sachs

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