Four days after the University of Michigan Board of Regents fired president Dr. Mark Schlissel, the higher education world is poring over the salacious emails that led to his dismissal. Many are wondering, how could a public university president carry out an affair via a university email account that’s subject to sunshine laws?
Higher education experts say it should have been common sense not to use a university email account to conduct personal business. Though the Harvard...
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