After Tumultuous Period, Cigarroa to Present Plan to UT Regents

When University of Texas System Chancellor Francisco Cigarroa rises to address the UT System Board of Regents today, the room won't be quite the pressure cooker it was in May. 

Three months ago, the upheaval surrounding higher education in Texas was at a peak, the controversial "seven breakthrough solutions" that had provoked such a reaction were still potentially in play, and rumors had been circulating about moves being made against key administrators. Cigarroa took to the podium in the board room and laid out a framework for his vision of the system's future — one that directly ...

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