Amid Controversies, Connecticut State Chancellor Will Retire
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Following a year of several controversies, David Carter announced Tuesday that he would retire as chancellor of the Connecticut State University System. The announcement noted his long career in the system and various accomplishments. But the news follows a year of disputes in which faculty have questioned the role he played in the ouster of a campus president and politicians objected to raises approved (and amid criticism scaled back) for system leaders.