By all measures, the chancellor position at the State University System of Florida seems like a plum job. It oversees 12 institutions that serve more than 430,000 students, manages a multibillion-dollar budget and comes with a salary of over $400,000.
Yet the latest search for a new chancellor of the second-largest public university system in the U.S. yielded only eight applicants.
A ninth application, which lacked substantial information and listed President Joe Biden as...
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