Faculty members at Indiana University of Pennsylvania have voted overwhelmingly that they lack confidence in the leadership of President Tony Atwater, The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported. Faculty leaders criticized the president's management style and spending decisions. Atwater, who attended the meeting, said that much of the faculty frustration was based on the difficulty of the decisions he has had to make and misinformation about them.
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