Meetings Access - Colleges and Universities

Private meeting raises concerns January 2015 (39:01), p.3

Closed meeting raises questions July 2014 (38:07), p.3.

Florida State College corrects decade-old sunshine Law error August 2012 (36:8), p. 2

FAMU rescinds decision to let panel meet privately (Tallahassee) June 2012 (36:6), p.1

Newspaper questions college board's workshops (Fort Myers) July 2011 (35:7), p.2

Two removed from search panel (Lakeland) May 2011 (35:5), p.1

College holds new meeting due to closure(Daytona Beach) May 2010 (34:5), p.3

Grand Jury indicts former House Speaker Sansom (Tallahassee) July 2009 (33:7), p. 2

College's meeting "questionable" (Niceville) April 2009 (33:4); p. 1

New college programs planned at secret meeting (Tallahassee) February 2009 (33:2); p. 1

Tribune sues for tutors' names (Tampa) March 2008 (32:3), p. 1

Crist says Open Meetings Law applies to junior college foundations' records (Tallahassee) June 2005 (29:6), p. 1

Handy, trustees won’t meet privately (Orlando) July 2002 (26:7) p 2

Newspapers challenge trustees’ telephone meetings (Orlando) March 2002 (26:3), p 3

University presidents' group examined (Gainesville), May 2001 (25:5), p. 3

Bill would make leaking names a crime (Tallahassee), May 2001 (25:5), p. 2

University presidents meeting in secret (Tallahassee), April 2001 (25:4), p. 1

Task Force wants secrecy in hiring (Miami), February 2001 (25:2), p. 1

Official agreed to confidentiality (Tampa), July 2000 (24:7), p. 1

Herbert: Search for UF president should be public (Tallahassee), January 2000 (24:1), p. 1

Party a violation, says state auditor (Winter Haven), August 1999 (23:8), p. 2

University advisory board to hold its meetings in public (Pensacola), May 1999 (23:5), p. 2

University changes meetings procedures to comply with law (Gainesville), June 1998 (22:6), p. 1

Regents did not violate open meetings law by sending letter (Gainesville), May 1998 (22:5), p. 1

Prediction in college’s pre-election press release a fluke (Daytona Beach), February 1998 (22:2), p. 2

FSU changes tenure and promotion review process, January 1998 (22:1), p. 1

UF changes tenure and promotion committee rules, November 1997 (21:11), p. 2

Members of two boards can meet, Butterworth says, September 1997 (21:9), p. 2

DCA says contract void because board violated law (Miami), May 1997 (21:5), p. 2

Mediation services available for meetings, records disputes, April 1993 (17:4), p. 3

Judge: FSU law faculty votes subject to Sunshine Law, August-September 1990 (14:7), p. 2

Law professor sues for open ballots (Tallahassee), June 1990 (14:5), p.2

To friend and foe: ‘Openness works’ (analysis by Ralph Lowenstein), December 1989-January 1990 (13:11), p. 6

Bill aims to close university presidential searches, November 1989 (13:10), p. 1

UF presidential talks stay in sunshine (Gainesville), October 1989 (13:9), p. 2

Bill would close president searches, April 1989 (13:4), p. 1

Search panel may have violated law, February 1989 (13:2), p. 2

Study says Sunshine clouded UF president search, February 1989 (13:2), p. 2

Council members say law violated (Oldsmar), October 1988 (12:8), p. 1

Dean: Preserve openness in university president searches (analysis by Ralph Lowenstein), April 1988 (12:3), p. 4

Carlton predicts university president searches will stay open, March 1988 (12:2), p. 2