Tony Atwater announced Wednesday that he is stepping down as president of Indiana University of Pennsylvania to take a senior position at the American Association of State Colleges and Universities, The Indiana Gazette reported. While Atwater did not take questions from reporters, the move follows a series of disputes with faculty leaders, who have questioned his priorities and management style.
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