KADNER: Vallas believes that a seven-member board, with three of those members appointed by the mayor, would work best.
Righting the troubled ship that is Chicago State University will first require several basic steps, the school’s newly appointed leaders said Tuesday.
CSU on Friday picked the school’s longtime dean of the arts and sciences as interim president.
Paul Vallas, named to a top Chicago State University role, urged La. officials in 2007 to hire a consultant now headed to prison in CPS bribe scandal.
The university is required to identify in its accounts all federal awards received and expended, and the federal programs under which they’re received
While the politicians and poseurs scramble for power, jobs and clout, Chicago State’s students languish.
Mary Mitchell objects to the mistaken stereotype that black institutions need white people to fix things after a crisis.