University of Minnesota Says IT Chief Resigned In Wake Of Complaints

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By Maura Lerner and Dan Browning, Star Tribune

“The University of Minnesota revealed Friday that its chief information officer, Scott Studham, resigned under pressure last week following complaints about alleged misconduct.

Between May and August, the university received four complaints accusing Studham of hiring friends in violation of university rules, using university funds for personal expenses and other questionable actions.”

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