This last point deserves a long discussion of its own. For example, the short-lived ousting of President Teresa Sullivan at the University of Virginia has highlighted tensions between faculty and the politicians and trustees who want more influence over university governance. See “President Teresa Sullivan Gets Her Hollywood Ending,” Forbes. The Sullivan controversy also reflects a larger concern that university administration is increasingly in the hands of professional administrators who have never held faculty positions, which weakens the tradition of faculty self-governance. See Benjamin Ginsberg, The Fall of the Faculty.