Wil Stanton is quitting as provost at Radford University at the end of the month, and will return to the faculty, The Roanoke Times reported. In October, the faculty voted "no confidence" in Stanton, saying he was not standing up for academic programs in the face of budget cuts. Stanton was named provost in 2007, succeeding another provost who left the position after a debate over his leadership.
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