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City College board boosts administrators wages but holds off on larger increases

9/26/19
By: San Francisco Examiner

The City College of San Francisco board approved an initial 10 percent wage hike for 55 administrators Thursday night but held off on approving larger raises until an audit was conducted.

The hefty raises proposed by Chancellor Mark Rocha, which included a 90 percent increase for a dean at the college, ignited public outcry earlier this month.



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Montgomery College Loses Money in Fraud Scheme

9/19/19
By: Bethesda Magazine

Montgomery College sustained a “financial loss” after falling victim to a fraud scheme, the school announced Thursday afternoon.

College and law enforcement officials were mum on details Thursday, but said the incident will not interrupt student activities or operations at the college.



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In Case You Missed It: US Department of Education Seeks Comments on Proposed Foreign Gift Reporting Form

9/18/19
By: CASE

The US Department of Education comment period for foreign gift reporting (Section 117) closes November 5, 2019.  Some of the issues include: 

  • Whether institutions are required to report information from affiliated organizations (e.g. foundations)
  • Whether foreign sources need to be specifically identified (i.e. names and addresses of donors)


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State audit finds Cleveland State committed same violations a second time

9/17/19
By: WTVC

A second audit by Tennessee's State Comptroller finds officials finds Cleveland State Community College (CSCC) was not in compliance on a certain matter a second time, as pointed out in a previous audit.



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Audit turns up much broader fraud pattern by UT law school official

9/17/19
By: The Texas Monitor

An audit by the University of Texas at Austin found that a facilities director for the law school, indicted for felony fraud, cost the school more than $1.5 million, several times the original estimate made by investigators.

The fraud will cost the UT School of Law another $110,000 to continue the audit of all its business operations for another year, according to a report by the Office of Internal Audits.



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Temple University Health System email, scheduling systems breached

9/12/19
By: Becker's Health It & CIO Report

Philadelphia-based Temple University Health System's computer system was compromised in late August, impacting operations including email and patient scheduling, a spokesperson confirmed to Becker's Hospital Review.

The breach, first reported by local radio station KYW, began late on Aug. 28; by early Aug. 30, affected systems were back online and the hack's impact was "being reversed," according to a statement from the spokesperson, who added, "The safety and quality of the care we provide remains our highest priority, and we thank everyone for their understanding and patience."



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Stony Brook professor accused of stealing $200,000 in cancer research funds

9/12/19
By: ABC 7 NY

A Stony Brook University professor is under arrest and on administrative leave after authorities say he stole more than $200,000 in cancer research funds to make payments on his home mortgage.

Geoffrey Girnun, an associate professor in the Department of Pathology and Director of Cancer Metabolomics at the Renaissance School of Medicine, was charged in a seven-count indictment unsealed Thursday with theft of state and federal government funds, wire fraud and money laundering.


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UO Internal Audit: UOPD misclassifying TASERS; firearms missing records

9/6/19
By: Daily Emerald

An inventory audit of the University of Oregon Police Department’s firearms found that UOPD is not complying with federal rules regarding the classification of TASERs as firearms and UOPD does not have acquisition records for 18 of the 121 firearms purchased since the department’s inception. 

The audit, which was completed in May by the university’s Office of Internal Audit, found that UOPD is not in compliance with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives’ regulations for TASERS. The ATF, which enforces federal gun laws, classifies TASERS as firearms, while UOPD does not. 



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Audit launched for Cal State San Marcos dean, whose expenses feature first class travel, chauffeurs and a $110 steak

9/5/19
By: The San Diego Union-Tribune

The California State University system is investigating the business spending of a Cal State San Marcos dean who stayed at Ritz-Carlton hotels, took chauffeured car rides and bought expensive meals including a $110 steak.



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Michigan State University responds to fine

9/5/19
By: Fox 47

The Education Department is fining Michigan State University $4.5 million for failing to respond to sexual assault complaints against Dr. Larry Nassar.

That announcement comes from Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, who says the university's failure to act created a "sexually hostile environment."



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