CUNY Adopts New Series of Reforms to Bolster Fiscal and Ethical Integrity Of Administrative Operations

The Trustees of The City University of New York enacted on Monday a second round of reforms of the university’s governance and administrative policies, ensuring greater transparency and accountability by CUNY and its 24 individual institutions. Along with changes adopted by the board in June, the revised policies put CUNY at the vanguard of financial integrity in higher education, said Board Chairperson William C. Thompson, Jr. Read full statement here.

Some might wonder what this has to do with workplace and academic bullying at CUNY.

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