- The University of Virginia's Board of Visitors will reconvene Tuesday to consider reinstalling Teresa A. Sullivan as president.
- A statement from Helen E. Dragas, the board's rector, downplayed the possibility of reappointing Sullivan, but reports from The Washington Post and The Associated Press indicated that pro-Sullivan votes are being collected.
- Sullivan officially resigned from her post, but the the board's move to force her out of the office ignited a national story that has since seen an interim president installed and a board member resign.
From the article:
After a highly unusual -- arguably unprecedented -- series of events over the past two weeks, the University of Virginia's Board of Visitors will meet on the campus Tuesday to reconsider the controversial forced resignation of President Teresa Sullivan.
The official notice states that the board will meet "to discuss possible changes in the terms of employment of the President," but media outlets including The Washington Post and The Associated Press indicate that board members have been collecting votes to reinstate Sullivan. ...