Scrutiny Over Diversity At Indiana’s Public Universities

There's scrutiny over diversity at Indiana's Public Universities. They're largely overseen by men, and experts fear the lack of diversity could hinder the institutions' abilities to serve increasingly diverse students and staffs. A review shows women hold barely a fifth of the seats on trustee boards across the state, even though they outnumber men at most of the state's public universities. Governor Pence has appointed 15 men and eight women to university boards. A Pence spokesperson says diversity is a consideration but that the governor's first priority is to find the person with the right skills and experiences.