Monday, November 29, 2010

Sullivan Seeks to Lead the University of Virginia at a Challenging Time

Diverse Issues in Higher Education
by Peter Galuszka , November 29, 2010

In January, when Dr. Teresa Sullivan became the first woman selected to become president of the University of Virginia, expectations were that the noted sociology professor, provost and executive vice president for student affairs of the University of Michigan would ease into her job in bucolic Charlottesville.
When she took over in August, however, the scene was anything but peaceful.

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