C. L. Max Nikias' success has earned him respect from the school, despite a rocky tenure.
Nikias’ resignation comes after a tumultuous year at the University, leaving the campus community roiled by multiple scandals involving senior administration and faculty.
The Undergraduate Student Government has spent three years attempting to implement a fall break into the academic calendar. In April, USG presented evidence supporting the mental health benefits students would reap from a fall break to the Academic Senate, which unanimously voted in favor of the proposal. The proposal will be presented to President C. […]
President C. L. Max Nikias called on the University to continue supporting immigrants in light of the travel ban.
Nikias participated in the meeting as a special guest of the Global University Leaders Forum, which consists of chief administrators from the world’s leading research universities.
The 42nd President and founder of the Clinton Foundation spoke on interdependence and cooperation, as well as issues in the global community.
University administrators and faculty plan to vet outside candidates as well as those from USC.
Haden’s friends, colleagues and several university trustees contributed to the donation.
Three professors are honored for their professional and academic accomplishments. accomplishmentsaccomplishments
The Dept. of Public Safety took many steps to increase security checkpoints on campus.