We have had posts about President Hart dubiously being ont he board of DeVry and the UofA medical schools disputes. For equal time, here is some ASu goings on.
Now, I realize that UofA gets sued, too, and allegations are only that, but this story repeats a familiar narrative about Crow (who has, without question, done a whole lot of good things at ASu). My favorite allegation by the plaintiff is that Crow explained that “a good part of everything being done at ASu is puffery and papier mache, and that it was their job to support the illusion before it all collapsed on itself.” Seems plausible to me. http://www.azcentral.com/videos/news/lo ... /81441174/
Another allegation that ASu cops were told to change stats to make ASu appear safer than it is. http://www.azcentral.com/story/news/ari ... /80860216/
And here's another. ASu told its students that rental properties in its "Good Neighbor program" were "committed to initiatives that promote safety, security, and sustainability." The way an apartment complex got into the program was to pay ASu money. ASu collected $200,000 from apartment complexes that paid to be members of the Good Neighbor program. All fine, except ASu did nothing to verify that its Good Neighbors "committed to initiatives that promote safety, security, and sustainability." I guess this one is more than a mere allegations. sounds like ASu fessed up and changed its practice, which is good. http://www.azcentral.com/story/news/ari ... /79175824/