Idaho State University has suspended, banned from campus, and moved to terminate Habib Sadid, an engineering professor who has been at the university for 22 years, the Associated Press reported. While the university has not said why it is taking this action, Sadid organized a 2005 no-confidence vote in the then-president, who quit a year later. The vote was in protest of large pay increases for some administrators.
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