- Sunday's news that University of Virginia president Teresa A. Sullivan will step down in August prompted a response from the school's Faculty Senate.
- The group's executive council released a statement expressing dissatisfaction with the details provided thus far regarding a rift between Sullivan's vision for the university and that of its Board of Visitors.
- The Senate demanded "a stronger statement of what really led up to this decision."
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Teresa A. Sullivan's unexpected resignation as president of the University of Virginia continued to send shock waves through the institution Monday, as faculty, students and alumni questioned what could be at the heart of the divisions between her and the Board of Visitors.
In a statement released Monday, the executive council of the Faculty Senate expressed shock and dismay at the news, which the board characterized as a mutually agreed upon decision with Ms. Sullivan. ...