Monday, March 30, 2015

UO archivist involved in records leak left job for personal reasons, union says

Oregonian
March 27th, 2015


A statement from the United Academics of the University of Oregon union says that an archivist involved in a records leak left her job earlier this month for personal reasons and was not fired or forced to resign.
In December, the University Archives gave a professor who requested presidential records a zip drive with documents that university officials said included confidential faculty, student and staff records. Two staff members were then placed on administrative leave.
The university demanded that the records be returned, which economics professor Bill Harbaugh, who had acknowledged that he possessed the records, subsequently did. 

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