U of M Professors Under Investigation
Two University of Minnesota professors are under investigation for receiving compensation after leaving another job, according to the Star Tribune.
Two university professors have been identified for collecting paychecks from Georgia Tech University after accepting jobs at the University of Minnesota.
Both professors, husband and wife, accepted jobs at the university in October and moved to Minnesota in January, according to the Pioneer Press.
Georgia Tech officials said the university renewed the professors contracts in October. However, officials noticed the issue in a review of expense records by an internal audit department.
The university has brought the issue to the Georgia attorneys general. Both professors, and the University of Minnesota, have said to be willing to cooperate with authorities.