Harvard faculty votes no confidence in president

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March 17, 2005

The faculty of Arts and Sciences at Harvard University voted no-confidence against the president Lawrence Summers with a vote of 218-185, according to an AP report.

In February, Summers suggested that gender might play a role in math and science ability. Summers has been trying to rebuild the confidence of his faculty, though the college’s governing board still sways in favor of Summers.


Harvard faculty votes no confidence in president was published on March 17, 2005 in News

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