Suzanne Miles has resigned as interim chancellor of Pima Community College, following harsh criticism from the college's accreditor of senior management under Miles and under the last chancellor, Roy Flores, The Arizona Daily Star reported. Investigators from the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools questioned hiring practices, contracting and a "culture of fear and retribution" for which the accreditor largely blamed top administrators. In a statement, Miles said: "Pima Community College is a wonderful, vibrant institution that will surely overcome our present difficulties. However, it has now become clear that my continued service as Interim Chancellor could be viewed as an obstacle to moving forward."
Miles had recently been named as a finalist to become president of Mt. Hood Community College, and this week she withdrew from consideration for that post.
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