Wednesday, January 9, 2013

After five years, the U's double-dippers have resigned

"In a quiet finale to a troubled tenure, the University of Minnesota is parting ways with Francois Sainfort and Julie Jacko, the star faculty couple investigated for double-dipping salaries in Minnesota and Georgia."

"The pair's resignations were announced by e-mail inside the School of Public Health and confirmed Tuesday by university officials."

"The professors faced pending disciplinary charges at the time of their departure, said General Counsel Mark Rotenberg. He said he couldn't give details about the university's charges because the two are no longer employees."

Read about it in the Strib.   And read the background at The Periodic Table.


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