Quick Takes: Indiana Suspends Research Project, Knoxville and Faculty Settle Suit, Convict Teaches Criminal Justice

September 6, 2005
  • Indiana University suspended a long-term research project on smoking after officials found that some information about research subjects had been improperly disclosed, the Associated Press reported.
  • Knoxville College has settled a lawsuit filed by faculty members who said that they were not being paid their salaries, The Knoxville News Sentinel reported. Details of the settlement were not released. When they sued in May, many professors said that they had been teaching without pay for nearly a year.
  • A former sheriff in New Jersey, who was convicted on a series of corruption charges, has been hired to teach criminal justice at East Stroudsburg University, The Allentown Morning Call reported.
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