Months After Student Complaints, Clark Atlanta VP No Longer With University

A Clark Atlanta University administrator accused during the spring of bullying is no longer with the institution, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Students accused former vice-president of student affairs Tanaya Walters of bullying in a February letter to the school’s board of trustees and expressed no confidence in CAU President Ronald Johnson for not firing her.

Officials said that Walters left the university on June 30, but did not disclose a reason for her departure, citing personnel protection policies.

Walters was appointed in February 2016.

 

 

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