VP who sought to lead Ivy Tech resign...

VP who sought to lead Ivy Tech resigns post

There are 3 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from May 6, 2007, titled VP who sought to lead Ivy Tech resigns post. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

VP who sought to lead Ivy Tech resigns post Star report Ivy Tech's vice president, who was passed over by the board of trustees in its search for a new president, has resigned.

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#1 May 6, 2007
You make this article sound like she was forced out, she was not. She was after what she wanted,not what was good for Ivy Tech or the state. Ask her about the huge some of money she wanted the tax payers to pay for her buy out. She wanted a multiyear deal to make more than the President of hte college did for her to leave. This like everything else is about what was good for Carol.

Washington, DC

#2 May 6, 2007
OH YEAH RAH!!!!!!! Ding dong the witch is ead


#3 May 6, 2007
The two comments above undoubtedly came from individuals who did not survive Dr. D'amico's high standards of excellence to remain on Ivy Tech staff.

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