Life and Death of St. John's U. Administrator
- Last Week's Campus Lockdowns
- Quick Takes: Reactor Security Faulted, Students Prevent a Suicide, Open Access at Harvard?, Questions on Colorado Nominee, Newspapers Stolen, Key Leader for Academic Labor, Rightsizing at Talladega, Sudden Departure at Webster, President Loses Tenure
- Blind Spot
- NCAA Finds Wrongdoing at St. John's
- New Programs: Education, Engineering, History of Art and Archaeology, Legal Environments
Cecilia Chang, who killed herself last month while on trial on multiple charges, had been a prominent administrator at St. John's University, in New York. An article in The New York Times examines her record in helping to bring millions of dollars of grants to the university, and also the charges she faced of fraud, embezzlement and of forcing international students to do personal work for her. The article also provides details about her grisly suicide.