Stevens Institute of Technology appears to be moving past last year's administrative and financial turmoil, in part due to reforms pushed by New Jersey's attorney general, The Star-Ledger reported. The president whose compensation levels were criticized has stepped down and the board has instituted a series of new rules designed to assure proper oversight and greater transparency.
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