RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The University of Virginia's Board of Visitors says it will discuss possibly reinstating its ousted president after an outcry from faculty, students, alumni and donors.
Board Secretary Susan Harris says that three board members called for the special session on Tuesday. She says the full board would vote on whether to undo its demand that Teresa Sullivan, effective Aug. 15.
The board on Thursday sent an email notice that it will "discuss possible changes in the terms of employment of the President."
The deans of 10 of 11 of the University of Virginia's schools, as well as the Faculty Senate, are among several groups asking for Sullivan's reinstatement.