Emails from the private “Concerned” listserv were revealed to the public, causing contention.
The Board of Trustees will now incorporate a committee intended to oversee library and technology services.
The University’s switch from using Canon to Xerox led to an outcry regarding employee job security and benefits.
Aafia Siddiqui’s Ph.D. ’01 name appeared in a ransom note sent to American journalist James Foley’s family.
The University has replaced Barnes & Noble Booksellers with Follett to take over bookstore operations, Director of Strategic Procurement John Storti wrote in an email to the Justice. Storti wrote that the contract between Follett and the University is a 10-year agreement, and took effect in mid-July.
Goldstein said that he wishes to return to a career in academic medicine. He will assist the University in finding a new provost.
The former senior vice president for communications has taken a position at University of Missouri.
The University has hired Michael LaFarr to manage the Psychological Counseling Center and Health Center.
The Special Examiner’s Process left the two students involved with concerns on the University’s protocol.
Last Friday, a webpage showing a biography for Prof. Mary Baine Campbell (ENG) on the popular encyclopedia website Wikipedia was edited by one of the website’s users.