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  • UC Davis Chancellor Linda Katehi on family members' employment status

    Citing “serious questions” about whether UC Davis Chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi violated policies on employment of her family members and the use of contracts to remove negative information from the Internet, UC President Janet Napolitano placed Katehi on leave Wednesday night pending the outcome of “a rigorous and transparent investigation.” Here she speaks with The Bee's Editorial Board about the connection between the campus and some members of her family, and answers a question about cleaning up her online reputation following the pepper spray incident.

Citing “serious questions” about whether UC Davis Chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi violated policies on employment of her family members and the use of contracts to remove negative information from the Internet, UC President Janet Napolitano placed Katehi on leave Wednesday night pending the outcome of “a rigorous and transparent investigation.” Here she speaks with The Bee's Editorial Board about the connection between the campus and some members of her family, and answers a question about cleaning up her online reputation following the pepper spray incident. Randall Benton The Sacramento Bee
Citing “serious questions” about whether UC Davis Chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi violated policies on employment of her family members and the use of contracts to remove negative information from the Internet, UC President Janet Napolitano placed Katehi on leave Wednesday night pending the outcome of “a rigorous and transparent investigation.” Here she speaks with The Bee's Editorial Board about the connection between the campus and some members of her family, and answers a question about cleaning up her online reputation following the pepper spray incident. Randall Benton The Sacramento Bee

UC Davis delays release of public records regarding beleaguered chancellor

June 02, 2016 3:40 PM

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