Sunday, August 9, 2015

Star Tribune editors wonder about the judgment of the U administrators who hired Teague

From the Star Tribune editorial board:

Teague’s flawed judgment in this incident raises questions about previous lapses, and whether any were missed. The incident also raises questions about the judgment of those who hired him. The U has found itself under fire in recent years for excessive administrative costs and its callous, dragged-out handling of a situation involving a patient who committed suicide while enrolled in a drug trial. Teague is gone, but the fact he was here leaves a cloud over a campus that didn’t need another one.


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