The president and vice president of Pima Community College's downtown campus have been fired after an investigation into complaints of harassment by student veterans and other problems.
Luba Chliwniak and Jerry Haynes were terminated Friday after an investigation of complaints about campus leadership.
Student veterans told the Arizona Daily Star they were recently interviewed by a Phoenix-area attorney hired by the college to look into the problems. The lawyer questioned them about the executives' job performance.
Chancellor Lee Lambert sent an email to campus employees Tuesday announcing a "leadership transition." He told the Star the investigation is ongoing and also is looking at other issues.
Neither administrator could be reached for comment.
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Wednesday, August 27 2014 11:01 PM EDT2014-08-28 03:01:35 GMT
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