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A lawsuit stemming from a sexual harassment complaint against Middle Tennessee State University President Sidney McPhee was dismissed Dec. 6. His former assistant had filed the suit, saying her boss and the state had retaliated against her and obstructed the investigation of her complaint. (The Tennessean, 12/7/04)

The University of Tennessee at Martin has received $400,000 to expand the schools Reelfoot Lake Research and Teaching Center. (Associated Press, 12/6/04)
A lawsuit stemming from a sexual harassment complaint against Middle Tennessee State University President Sidney McPhee was dismissed Dec. 6. His former assistant had filed the suit, saying her boss and the state had retaliated against her and obstructed the investigation of her complaint. (The Tennessean, 12/7/04)

The University of Tennessee at Martin has received $400,000 to expand the school's Reelfoot Lake Research and Teaching Center. (Associated Press, 12/6/04)

The Tennessee Board of Regents voted unanimously to give departing Tennessee State University President James Hefner a $155,000-a-year professorship after he retires as president May 31. The economist will hold one of TSU's three endowed chairs. (The Tennessean, 12/4/04)

Tennessee State University has narrowed its presidential candidate pool to 11 candidates. A committee will meet Dec. 13 to cut the list to six. (The Tennessean, 12/2/04)

Bethel College celebrated its first anniversary in Clarksville Nov. 30. The school, which has reported a substantial enrollment increase, is promoting its new organizational management degree, which is designed to help students take leadership positions in a business setting. (The Leaf-Chronicle, 12/1/04)

Belmont University has named a new vice president for spiritual development: Todd L. Lake. (The Tennessean, 12/1/04)