Amid Criticism, President of Indiana U. of Pennsylvania Quits
- Quick Takes: Mass. Considers Aid Shift, Colorado Indictments, NCAA Rejects Appeal on Indiana U. of Pa. Mascot, U.S. Senate Pushes NIH Funding, Chatham Drops SAT Requirement, From Annapolis to Oxford
- Quick Takes: 3 Delaware State Students Shot, Coach vs. Admissions, B-School Accreditation Plan, Settlement of Battery Charge, More Women at Caltech, Dispute on Possible Sale of Art, St. Ambrose Drops Name of Bishop From Library, Building Boom in Mass.
- Quick Takes: Injunction Blocks NASA Rules, Another Loss at Virginia Tech, UMass Alumni Dispute, Research Digs at South Pole, Recruiting Blacks to Computer Science, Semester May Be Doomed in Israel, 'American Idol' Scholarship, British Lecturer vs. Google
- Communications consultants say athletics controversies are more difficult to manage
- Quick Takes: New Evidence of Gender Gap, New Evidence in WVU Degree Dispute, Professor Reinstated at Oral Roberts, Prices on Their Heads, President Placed on Leave, New Tack Urged on College Cost Disclosure, Stagnant British Enrollment
Tony Atwater announced Wednesday that he is stepping down as president of Indiana University of Pennsylvania to take a senior position at the American Association of State Colleges and Universities, The Indiana Gazette reported. While Atwater did not take questions from reporters, the move follows a series of disputes with faculty leaders, who have questioned his priorities and management style.