Friday, September 30, 2005
A follow up on yesterday's post about American University's embattled president, Benjamin Ladner, who blamed Sarbox and the Tax Code for the imbroglio over his lavish spending habits: today's Chronicle of Higher Education reports:
American University's Faculty Senate voted unanimously on Thursday for a resolution calling for the resignation of the university's suspended president, Benjamin Ladner, who is being investigated for his allegedly lavish spending. Also on Thursday, 13 members of the university's 25-member Board of Trustees released a statement praising Mr. Ladner and criticizing the board's leadership for its "lack of consultation with the full board" over the investigation.
See the Washington Post's coverage here.