I interviewed for a finance teaching position at Louisiana College back in 2007; I may have been fortunate not to have taken a position there, for the Calvinism wars have broken out with the school brass siding with the free-will camp.
I don't remember that being as big of an issue in Southern Baptist circles at the time, but it has become so since then. I went to a SBC church in Lexington from 2007-09, and the issue was live there, as the music minister was a bit too Reformed for some folks' tastes and the pastor had an eclectic taste in evangelical thinkers that included some neo-Reformed folks.
I'm uneasy with both hard Reformed and hard Arminian thought. Despite going to a Free Methodist church here in Midland, I'd have to pick the Reform side of the aisle if forced into one camp. I'm not up for an in-depth post on that right now, but I respect both camps.
I'm not sure if the theological pruning would have extended to the business school, but being in the middle of a scuffle where both sides have solid theological points to bring to the table would be tough to live through. It was tough going through the internal struggles at Victory Baptist in the late 00s, and would have been tough seeing seemingly good colleagues let go for being on the wrong side of that debate.