- In an e-mail published Friday by The Washington Post, University of Virginia President Teresa A. Sullivan accused Board of Visitors rector Helen E. Dragas and her evaluation committee of "micromanagement" and setting her up to fail.
- Dragas was a key figure in Sullivan's controversial firing last summer but ultimately joined a unanimous vote to reinstate Sullivan in June, and tensions appear to remain between the two.
- Sullivan said Sunday that she doesn't know who leaked the e-mail, which contained 65 goals, to the Post and that "overly much is being made" of the relationship between her and Dragas.
From the article:
Teresa A. Sullivan, president of the University of Virginia, said on Sunday that "overly much is being made" of her relationship with Helen E. Dragas, the board leader who orchestrated Ms. Sullivan's firing last summer. ...