BOHE

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BOHEBoard of Higher Education
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Fifteen years later, the Board of Higher Education no longer exists and the state's university system no longer has a chancellor - but OSU has opened its Cascades Campus, expects an enrollment of 1,100 there this fall and forecasts a student body of 3,000 to 5,000 within a decade.
Robert Vallie, the Board of Higher Education's student member, opposed the hiring, saying he feared Shirvani would be viewed as a polarizing figure.
FRIEND NORTH DAKOTA BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION, which ordered its colleges to include sexual orientation in their antiharassment policies.
The group included 21 state legislators, 14 business leaders, eight members of the state board of higher education, six college presidents (including representatives from private and tribal institutions), six government leaders, five faculty members, and two students.
In 2002, 9 percent of its students were African American, and 10 percent were Hispanic, according to data from the Illinois Board of Higher Education.
Connections: The New England Board of Higher Education, vol.
A MEMBER of Boston's Board of Higher Education resigned after a TV station caught him on film, driving while disqualified.
But whether he's acting naively or cynically, his declarations raise serious questions about his fitness to serve on a state board of higher education.
Throughout the recent legislative session, the Illinois Board of Higher Education and college and university leaders called for a fair and predictable budget, so we joined the applause at the session's checkered flag.
This fall semester, room and board at Williston State College will cost $9,572 per year, making it the most expensive rate in the state, according to the Board of Higher Education. The increase in room rates is expected to generate about $224,230.
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