Governor Sam Brownback will be visiting universities in Kansas on Monday.
Eileen Hawley, a Brownback spokesperson, says he’ll be meeting with university officials and talking about the importance of higher education in the state.
"The universities help drive the economy," Hawley says. "They provide a highly skilled work force and they create the next generations of teachers, doctors and business people so its really important for us to invest and have a good vision for higher education in Kansas. "
After less than a year on the job, Cowley College President Clark Williams has suddenly resigned.
Williams resigned from the college in Arkansas City yesterday after complaints about his decision to eliminate the college’s soccer programs.
More than 200 people attended a special meeting of the Cowley College Board of Trustees Wednesday to express concern about the college's direction. The trustees met in closed session and no action was taken at the meeting.
Executive vice president of business services Tony Crouch will serve as interim president, effective today.