Education Dean’s Fraud Case Teaches U. of Louisville a Hard Lesson

David Glenn, The Chronicle of Higher Education

At the end of 2005, Robert D. Felner was riding high. A well-paid dean at the University of Louisville, he had just secured a $694,000 earmarked grant from the U.S. Department of Education to create an elaborate research center to help Kentucky’s public schools. The former official now awaits trial. Some colleagues say the university should have caught him earlier.

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