The Levin College of Law dean search is back after President Emeritus Bernie Machen called off the search last Spring.
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The Levin College of Law will welcome a temporary new dean in the coming months.
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Levin College of Law dean Robert “Bob” Jerry addressed students’ questions and rumors about the failed dean search at an informal discussion Tuesday.
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An anonymous letter names homophobia and racism as factors in UF President Bernie Machen’s controversial decision to end the search for a new Levin College of Law dean.
Behind closed doors, UF president Bernie Machen held a meeting for Levin College of Law faculty and staff to address the postponed law dean search.
Fluttering her long eyelashes, she held her composure while the Sumatran tiger held its stare.
UF President Bernie Machen announced he is temporarily ending the search for a new Levin College of Law dean.