The University of Michigan Board of Regents may vote this week to remove a bylaw provision that requires the president to step down in the fiscal year that the person turns 70, AnnArbor.com reported. Officials said that the move is intended to comply with laws against age discrimination. The move may have a direct impact on the current president, Mary Sue Coleman, who is 68.
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