U. of Michigan to fill social media director position after first director's controversial resignation
- The University of Michigan is now looking for a replacement for a new social media director following the resignation of the first person to hold that position--former advertising copywriter and Ann Arbor journalist Jordan Miller--last month.
- Miller, who was hired in February 2012 at a salary of $100,000 a year, resigned from the position in December after information on her resume about graduating from Columbia College and having a four-year degree was revealed to be false.
- The position is now advertised as requiring a bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience, and the listing closes on February 13.
From the article:
A month after its first social media director abruptly resigned amid an inaccurate resume, the University of Michigan is looking to fill the position again. ...
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