The chancellor of Montana State University-Northern announced his resignation Thursday, according to the Havre Daily News.
Chancellor James Limbaugh was facing faculty criticism, including a movement to take a no-confidence vote in his leadership.
The campus has faced several bits of turmoil, including issues with its nursing program and a former provost who is accused of repeatedly and inappropriately touching her male colleagues – including Limbaugh.
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