Has the job of running a university simply lost its appeal?

From Forbes: “The Board of Governors for the State University System of Florida recently appointed Ray Rodrigues, a former state senator, as their next chancellor. While the political ties between Mr. Rodrigues and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis have been the focus of much intrigue, even more fascinating is the fact that no one who applied had the experience of being a former or sitting university president. … For all the perks that typically come with such positions … there continues to be a marked decline in the number of years that presidents hold (or wish to hold) their posts.”

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